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Climate protesters are targeting the wrong people say city retailers

Environmental activists planning a week of disruption in Dublin risk alienating businesses and the public, a body representing 2,500 city centre firms has claimed

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
6th October, 2019
Richard Guiney, chief executive of DublinTown

Environmental activists planning a week of disruption in Dublin risk alienating businesses and the public, a body representing 2,500 city centre firms has claimed.

Richard Guiney, chief executive of DublinTown, said that businesses in the capital were already aware of their responsibilities regarding climate change and were working to lessen their impact.

Extinction Rebellion protesters will rally at the Dáil tomorrow before setting up a camp and blockading prominent streets throughout the week. Guiney, whose organisation...

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