Climate change committee’s suggestions ‘ignored’

The government sub-committee on climate change has been accused of not accepting the recommendations of an all-party group, which published a new climate change bill last week.

31st October, 2009

The government sub-committee on climate change has been accused of not accepting the recommendations of an all-party group, which published a new climate change bill last week.

Members of the Joint Committee on Climate Change and Energy Security, including Fianna Fáil’s Bobby Aylward, felt that the government group had failed to take its previous views into account.

According to Labour’s Liz McManus, one of the group’s ‘‘great frustrations’’ was the lack...

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