Councils vary in response to climate threat

County councils around the country are reacting in different ways to the threat of climate breakdown and the country’s over-reliance on fossil fuels

23rd June, 2019

While Wicklow County Council and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have both declared a climate emergency, other county councils around the country are reacting in different ways to the threat of climate breakdown and the country’s over-reliance on fossil fuels.

In Waterford, an airport that has been without a scheduled service since June 2016, will receive €12 million for a runway extension. Waterford City and County Council, Kilkenny County Council and...

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