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Crowe calls for carbon tax deferral on home heating fuels

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Carbon taxes on home heating fuels, due to come into force on May 1 must be deferred until Budget 2023 in October.

Rising fuel prices will alientate city from county

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The cost of living is going through the roof and in particular diesel and petrol prices seem to be rising at an alarming rate. As policy makers, I believe it is incumbent on us to move with the times and ensure we provide solutions to the growing concerns of the general public.

€500k funding for sustainable capital expenditure for Knock Airport

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Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement by Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, that funding to the amount of €504,750 from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport has been approved for Capital expenditure (CAPEX) projects.

Climate Action Plan targets motor industry specific emissions reduction

The Climate Action Plan 2021 announced recently by Government, outlines a range of industry specific emissions reduction targets for each sector of the economy.

Small farmers will ‘suffer’ from Government carbon emission targets, says Canney

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There are “real fears” among small farmers across Count Galway that they will be “sacrificed” in the race to meet carbon emission targets, unlike large farms which will be supported.

Cap on energy prices needed in advance of Budget carbon tax increases, say PBP Galway

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In the face of mounting energy costs for people, and proposed increases in the carbon tax in Budget 2022, an emergency cap on energy prices must be implemented by the Government.

New energy labels will increase public carbon footprint awareness

New energy labels are coming into effect to bring EU consumers a better understanding of their carbon footprint and energy consumption.

Green Party greenhouse gas requisite to impact rural Ireland

Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has reacted unfavourably to the Green Party requisite of a seven percent reduction in greenhouse gases prior to taking a decision to enter a coalition Government.

Farrell brands as 'ridiculous' carbon tax hike during Covid-19 emergency

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Hiking the cartoon tax at a time when households have seen their incomes collapse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is "a ridiculous decision".

Investment in Luimnagh plant will reduce carbon footprints

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Irish Water investment in Luimnagh WTP lighting to reduce carbon emissions by 84 tonnes per year, equivalent of taking 44 cars off our roads

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