Ireland Prepares To Publish €125 Billion Climate Action Plan

It'll set out individual targets for each department.

A €125bn plan to cut Ireland's greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 will be published later.

Cabinet's meeting to sign-off on the Climate Action Plan, which sets sectoral emissions targets for each government department.

The three biggest areas of focus are likely to be transport, the retrofit of homes and agriculture - with the latter facing a reduction target of 22 to 30 percent.

But junior Agriculture Minister, Kildare South Fine Gael TD Martin Haydon, is reassuring farmers a reduction in the national herd isn't being considered:


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