3.2 C
Sunday, November 28, 2021

WATCH: Is the Irish Government doing enough on climate change?

This week a huge moment in the world’s battle against climate change is taking place.

World leaders from the strongest economies on the planet are travelling to Glasgow, Scotland for the landmark COP26 climate change conference.


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the world is at “one minute to midnight”, having run down the clock on waiting to combat climate change.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the world must act promptly if a habitable and prosperous planet is to be left to future generations.

The Taoiseach said he hopes the COP26 will see a coming together for global action.


INTRA asked the Irish public if they believe the Irish Government is doing enough on climate change.

Take a look here:

IMAGE – PA Images


Gardaí respond to violent outbreak ahead of FAI final

Gardaí have responded to an outbreak of violence that occurred in the Irishtown area of Dublin ahead of the FAI final at...

Coalition leaders to meet NPHET over Covid-19 situation

The coalition leaders of Micheál Martin, Leo Varadkar and Eamon Ryan are due to meet the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET)...

People must double down on public health measures – Ryan

Transport Minister Eamon Ryan has called on the public to double down on health measures amid uncertainty over the new Omicron variant....

Omicron variant likely already in Ireland, says health expert

A public health expert has said the new Covid-19 variant is likely already in Ireland. Professor Anthony Staines said...
overcast clouds
3.2 ° C
3.2 °
3.2 °
98 %
86 %
3 °
9 °
10 °
8 °
4 °