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# greenhouse gas

This week
26th May 2024 - 30th May 2024
Ireland to fall 'well short' of both national and EU emissions reduction targets
The country is projected to achieve a reduction of up to 29% in total greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to the target of 51%.
Last year
Explainer: China, the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter
All time
New climate tracker reveals Dublin airport emitted over one million tonnes of CO2 last year
Methane: Levels of the potent greenhouse gas are still on the rise - here's why that matters
How do you solve a problem like Ireland's cows?
Covid-19 drives biggest drop in Ireland's greenhouse gas emissions since global financial crisis
Greenhouse gas emissions from Irish power generation and industrial companies fell by 8.7% last year
Thousands of kilos of potent greenhouse gas leaked from an ESB station. The EPA wasn't told
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have hit a record high
Diesel emissions may be responsible for 5,000 deaths in Europe every year
Bord na Móna power plant to remain open despite environmental concerns
Ireland is still doing badly when it comes to greenhouse gases
Opinion: Deforestation isn't just changing our climate, it could be destroying life-saving medicines
Leah Gainey
Column: Will fracking be added to our energy mix? Ireland has questions to answer first
Alice Whittaker
Column: We ignore the environment at our peril
Tom Healy
Risk that Ireland won't meet its EU emissions targets
Shortfall in greenhouse gas emissions target may cost Ireland €300m
Ireland to breach EU targets for CO2 emissions