Tag Archives: Marie Donnelly
Coming up short on fanciful sectoral emissions goals
As the controversial sectoral budgets for Ireland were published, the Irish Examiner asked for my take on how they measured up, particularly the ultra-low 25% target assigned to Ireland’s largest polluting industry. This piece ran at the start of August. … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture, Global Warming, Irish Focus Tagged CCAC, Charlie McConalogue, dairy, Eamon Ryan, Marie Donnelly, Solar energy, Teagasc Leave a comment
When our leaders won’t lead, can Citizens’ Assembly step up?
Below, an article I ran in a well-known magazine earlier this month in the light of what we learned from the first weekend of the Citizens’ Assembly. I wasn’t able to attend the session in Malahide, but spent much of … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Irish Focus, Sustainability Tagged Citizens Assembly, Joseph Curtin, Marie Donnelly, Met Eireann 7 Comments