While the most immediate changes under the Government’s Climate Action Plan will target fertiliser and slurry management,
a wider list of 34 actions is
set to transform practices across livestock, soils and
forestry in order to ensure
Ireland meets its target of
reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 10% between now and 2030.

Most actions are inspired by Teagasc’s roadmap, identifying what farmers can do to tackle greenhouse gas emissions and how much it would cost.