Eamon Ryan said the administration’s latest plan to tackle climate change would be unveiled in the first week of October.

Ryan also vowed that junior Green Party farming secretary Pippa Hackett “changing every single farm in this country, because we have the carbon budget, we also have the climate action plan coming, and the common agricultural policy reform”

Speaking at Labour’s launch of Green leader Eamon Ryan’s think-tank in Dundrum, south Dublin, Mr Ryan said the party would now build on the successes of its first year in power.

Ryan said his party would discuss its new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and a new National Biodiversity Action Plan at a think-tank.

Ryan said the Climate Advisory Council would report on Ireland’s carbon expenditure in the next two weeks while a national development plan review will be finalized in the last week of September.

Eamon Ryan

Eamon Michael Ryan is an Irish Green Party politician who has served as Minister for the Environment, (wikipedia)

Green Party (Ireland)

The Green Party is a green political party that operates in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. It was founded as the Ecology Party of Ireland in 1981 by Dublin teacher Christopher Fettes. (wikipedia)

Fine Gael

Fine Gael of the Irish”) is a liberal-conservative and Christian-democratic political party in the Republic of Ireland. (wikipedia)

Premier’s Climate Change Council

The Premier’s Climate Change Council was established by the Government of South Australia under the Climate Change and Greenhouse Emissions Reduction Act 2007. (wikipedia)

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