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Ireland needs green machines

A new report by the European Environment Agency has placed Ireland bottom of a league table of European countries for failing to meet environmental targets.

10th December, 2005

A new report by the European Environment Agency has placed Ireland bottom of a league table of European countries for failing to meet environmental targets.

The European Environment State and Outlook 2005, released last month, described Ireland as an ‘emission intensive' economy.

If anybody in Ireland ponders the 1997 Kyoto Protocol at all these days, it's probably just to picture George Bush shaking his head, folding his arms and refusing to have anything to do...

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