Category Archives: Climate Change

Spotlight on Climate Bill (Ireland)

The Irish government published it’s first climate change bill in 2015. This was superseded by the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2020. This post records my initial review of the combined bills.    I couldn’t find a … Continue reading

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Remember we still need to save the world. Let’s re-energize and refocus Climate Actions in 2021.

We need to energise climate actions in a highly effective way, engaging ordinary people that causes and enables governments to make more courageous longer term decisions. Continue reading

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Happy XMAS (War is Over?)

Should we simply return to what was normal in 2019? Or do we have an extraordinary opportunity to leverage not just the reduction in emissions but to learn from the experience of disaster that literally stopped us in our tracks. Continue reading

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2020 – The Year the Climate Crisis Heats Up

M and I attended a brilliant session with (ex Irish President) Mary Robinson a couple of weeks ago; and we were very inspired by her advice to start climate action at home. She urged us all to work bottom up … Continue reading

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Solving the Climate Crisis One Problem at a Time! Let’s Understand What we Need to do to Get People Onto the Buses!

There’s no silver bullet that will fix the climate crisis. There’s a myriad of small actions that together will make a difference. One of these is getting us all out of our cars and onto the buses. Even using diesel … Continue reading

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