Emissions from agriculture fell by 1.2% in 2022 - CCAC
Rachel Donovan
Despite improvements in agriculture, the Climate Change Advisory Council is still concerned about Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions.
7 February 2024 Northern Ireland
New Stormont MLAs bound by climate legislation
The Climate Change Act passed in 2022 is a key piece of legislation all government departments will have to work towards going forward.
17 January 2024 Northern Ireland
Better to cut carbon than cull livestock, says Brown
The second of six Ulster Farmers' Union winter roadshows took place in Limavady, Co Derry, last week.
Energy sector remains on track to exceed carbon budgets
Even if the full sweep of policies contained in the 2023 Climate Action Plan is implemented, the energy sector is likely to exceed its 2030 carbon budget, according to the SEAI. Stephen Robb reports.
3 January 2024 Renewables
New methane metric being considered – DAERA
David Wright reports from a DAERA public consultation event on future targets for greenhouse gas emissions in NI.
13 September 2023 Northern Ireland
Farm emissions levelling off – Teagasc
Measures to reduce agricultural emissions are starting to take effect, but the sector needs to drive on to achieve further reductions, said a Teagasc scientist.
30 August 2023 News