Climate plan should be short and backed with funding - CCAC
Barry Murphy
Government is expected to launch its climate action plan for 2023 in the coming weeks and the Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) has called for it to be shorter and more targeted than before.
2 December 2022 News
Farm orgs need to come forward with climate plan – CCAC
Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) chair Marie Donnelly says farm organisations need to put forward their own measures to reduce emissions and stop just saying no to plans.
€1,000 saving for every 5t CAN swapped for protected urea
Farmers can lower fertiliser bills while reducing emissions by spreading protected urea, a Teagasc Signpost webinar has heard.
Teagasc sustainability week to take place from 14 October
'Farming for a better future' is the theme of the week.
28 September 2022 News
Watch back: Budget 2023 – what it means for your farm
Watch our Budget 2023 webinar where the ASA, Irish Farmers Journal and ifac analysed the effects of the budget.
27 September 2022
'Longer-term planning' needed for Ukrainian farm sector
Ukraine's deputy farm minister said that the government is beginning to plan for the longer term.
7 September 2022 News
‘Not enough capacity’ to keep Ukrainian grain exports flowing
The Ukrainian deputy minister of agrarian policy and food has said that grain supplies are still not moving as fast as they should be.
5 September 2022 News
Hedgerow Week: hedgerow management events this week
There are a number of events taking place this week to mark National Hedgerow Week.
29 August 2022 News
Macra Agricultural Skillnet news
Macra Agricultural Skillnet has developed a wide-ranging programme of training events, further education and development opportunities.
29 June 2022 Community