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# Emissions

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Minister says it's up to all departments to cut emissions if Ireland is to meet carbon budgets
UK climate chief could quit as Tory leadership candidates waver on net zero by 2050
Significant work remains for EU’s climate goals as progress moves forward on key package
‘Particular concern' over agri sector's plan to cut emissions as key details still missing
Ireland's emissions rose last year as 'significant gap' remains between ambition and action
Energy consumption and emissions make post-pandemic jump
Emissions from housing construction could almost double under current plans, committee hears
'We won’t put your granny in prison for burning turf', says Ryan doubling down on no pause comments
'Only the beginning': Ireland's first-ever carbon budgets pass through the Dáil
'Early and urgent action' needed to reduce heat-related emissions in Ireland, SEAI says
NI climate legislation one step closer to the finish line, but uncertainties remain
Oireachtas climate committee votes in favour of approving proposed carbon budgets
22% emissions reduction in agriculture 'challenging but achievable' - farmers' association
Proposed carbon budgets need to go further to reach climate targets, Oireachtas Committee told
Two Irish companies accounted for 7.5% of emissions from EU beef sector in 2018
Opinion: Castigating farmers won’t reduce agricultural carbon emissions
Dr Stephen Onakuse
Legislation to mandate companies to report emissions moves forward in the Seanad
Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?
New draft of COP26 deal weakens language on fossil fuel phaseout
UN environment body: World needs to cut emissions 7 times faster to stay within 1.5C warming
Quiz: How much do you know about cattle?
Agriculture, Building, Transport: Here's how sectors are expected to cut emissions by 2030
The Government's long-awaited Climate Action Plan is out - here's what's in it
Dáil hears there are 'no proposals' to cull cattle as 80 countries sign pledge to cut methane
Nearly half of people in Ireland think the number of cows should be limited or reduced
'Both challenging and not ambitious enough': Why the carbon budgets are a huge deal for Ireland
Poll: Do you think Ireland will meet its emissions targets?
Ireland's greenhouse gas emissions fell less during the pandemic than in the previous year
UN says planned fossil fuel output shatters 1.5C climate target
Ireland's greenhouse gases reach highest in recorded history - report
Concerns over 'last-minute' changes to how carbon emissions are calculated under Climate Action Bill
Ireland won't meet 2013-2020 EU targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, EPA says
Transparency gap: State bodies holding back company emissions data from the public
Drop of 6.4% in industrial emissions last year - but not for dairy and pharma
Thousands of kilos of potent greenhouse gas leaked from an ESB station. The EPA wasn't told
New Delhi under 'worst smog levels in recent years' from fumes, emissions and straw burning
Poor air quality prematurely killing over 1,100 in Ireland each year
Carbon tax could see emissions drop by 10% and increased tax revenue could benefit poorer families
Volkswagen chief apologises after evoking Nazi slogan 'Arbeit macht frei'
Madrid takes drastic action to curb emissions by closing city centre to car traffic