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PRESS RELEASE: Higher diesel excise a step towards the inevitable ban on diesel and petrol cars

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Ireland’s leading environmental coalition has repeated its call for the State to increase excise rates for diesel as a progressive step towards the inevitable ban on the internal combustion engine. The Environmental Pillar – a coalition of 26 national environmental organisations – also welcomes the UK’s decision to ban the sale of all diesel and petrol cars from 2040, and …

adminPRESS RELEASE: Higher diesel excise a step towards the inevitable ban on diesel and petrol cars
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Creating Sustainable Employment by Greening the Economy

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A green economy should be a driver of competitiveness, security of supply and sustainability and should encorporate the economy as a whole.The Action Plan for Jobs 2012 includes a commitment to produce a Green Economy Plan during the third quarter of 2012. The UNEP definition of a Green Economy as one that results in “improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly …

Ian CareyCreating Sustainable Employment by Greening the Economy
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Submission on the Report on Public Service Numbers and Expenditure Programmes

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Ireland faces two major and interlinked crises, firstly an environmental one and secondly an economic one. Whilst it is clear that a very serious economic crisis is upon us, with unfortunately many thousands of people unemployed, the consequences of rapid climate change and general environmental degradation are likely to be far worse.

Ian CareySubmission on the Report on Public Service Numbers and Expenditure Programmes