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Magazine aims to pursue its green agenda

The publisher of a new ‘green’ magazine has promised to examine the way Green Party politicians are performing in government and to take a critical look at how environmental policies, such as low energy ratings for housing, are implemented.

21st March, 2009

The publisher of a new ‘green’ magazine has promised to examine the way Green Party politicians are performing in government and to take a critical look at how environmental policies, such as low energy ratings for housing, are implemented.

Brian Coogan, publisher of Green? Ireland, said the magazine was designed to appeal to ecologically-driven businesses and to the public. He said the green agenda was often driven by political and financial opportunism and...

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