Will new climate change committee just be a load of hot air?

The Environmental Protection Agency has said the state is going to miss its 2020 emissions reductions target and is on track to miss its 2030 targets as well – which will risk incurring EU fines of hundreds of millions of euro

3rd July, 2018
Climate action committee faces big challenge. Pic: RollingNews.ie

He had been working with IBM for 22 years. As part of his package, he had a company car with an unlimited fuel card.

But when he was elected to the European Parliament, he found it an enormous wrench to lose his company car. He freely admitted that even as an ardent Green, it was really difficult to give away the car and the unlimited fuel card.

Lamberts' point is that dealing with climate change is...

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