Ireland passes Climate Bill to cut 51% emissions: The Irish Government has approved a milestone Climate Bill by creating a legally binding goal of slashing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 by 51%, equating to a 2018 average.

The government additionally and unanimously agreed to tackle & reach net zero by 2050.

As claimed by the new Bill, the government has to adopt 5-year carbon budgets that line up with the Paris Agreement and it is anticipated to decide shortly how to employ these to the appropriate sectors.

The Bill further determines that all forms of greenhouse gas emissions, containing biogenic methane, are established to be involved in the carbon budgets.

The Taoiseach Micheál Martin stated: “This is a landmark day for Ireland. We all know that climate change is already happening, and the time to act is now. The Bill we are publishing today affirms our ambition to be a global leader in this field.

“As we begin our journey towards net zero emissions, the government is committed to tackling the challenges, and embracing the opportunities, this transition can bring our economy, our society and our country.

“We must continue to act, across government, as there is no time to waste when it comes to securing our future.”

Ireland passes Climate Bill to cut 51% emissions

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