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Northern Ireland
Setting climate targets was easy for politicians
David Wright
Various devolved governments have their own climate targets, with the most ambitious being set in Scotland.
Urgent clarity needed for farmers on net zero definition - study
Researchers in the University of Galway analysed the strengths and weaknesses of different definitions of net zero.
16 March 2024 News
Fertiliser reduction easier done on beef farms than dairy - Teagasc
Principal research officer at Teagasc's Solohead Farm Dr James Humphreys highlighted during Friday's Signpost webinar how beef farms can also be part of the collective effort to reduce emissions.
‘Madness’ to swap local food for imports
David Wright reports from a CAFRE conference, which aimed to improve understanding of carbon on dairy farms.
6 March 2024 Northern Ireland
Ireland is one of best climate performers in EU
Data released as part of an update on the green transition shows the country’s rapid progress.
16 February 2024 News
MACC 2030: reducing GHG emissions associated with fertiliser and manure use
Prof Gary Lanigan and his Teagasc colleagues take a look at how fertiliser plays a part in reducing GHG emissions.
14 February 2024 Fertilizers
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.
7 February 2024 Northern Ireland
“Eye watering” investment to decarbonise fertiliser
David Wright reports from a Knowledge Exchange conference, organised by fertiliser company, Yara.
24 January 2024 Northern Ireland