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Deputy Michael Healy Rae, Cllr Johnny Healy Rae and Danny Healy Rae. Both Danny and Michael Healy-Rae have concerns about the Climate Action Plan.

Deputy Michael Healy Rae, Cllr Johnny Healy Rae and Danny Healy Rae. Both Danny and Michael Healy-Rae have concerns about the Climate Action Plan.

Deputy Pa Daly (Sinn Féin) says Climate Plan does not go far enough.

Deputy Pa Daly (Sinn Féin) says Climate Plan does not go far enough.

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Cllr Norma Foley Fianna Fáil Tralee area Kerry County Council Photo By Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD Tralee Co Kerry Ireland Mobile Phone : 00 353 87 26 72 033 Land Line : 00 353 66 71 22 981 E/Mail : info@dwalshphoto.ie Web Site : www.dwalshphoto.ie ALL IMAGES ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT ©

Deputy Brendan Griffin says everyone must work together to tackle climate change.

Deputy Brendan Griffin says everyone must work together to tackle climate change.

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Deputy Michael Healy Rae, Cllr Johnny Healy Rae and Danny Healy Rae. Both Danny and Michael Healy-Rae have concerns about the Climate Action Plan.

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The new Climate Action Plan published last week by the Government will change how people travel around the country, heat their homes as well as changing farming practises and the production of food.

The €125 billion plan, will also change, how food and energy is produced in the country and comes as global world leaders meeting at COP26 this week including Minister Eamon Ryan who travelled to Glasgow for the world summit. 


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