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A total of €3,230,380 has been allocated for Active Travel and Climate Change Adaptation measures in Mayo under the Government’s July Jobs Stimulus Plan and is part of the overall €115 million package for sustainable transport and the renewal of transport infrastructure.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has reacted unfavourably to the Green Party requisite of a seven percent reduction in greenhouse gases prior to taking a decision to enter a coalition Government.
The UN says we only have 10 years to avert catastrophic climate change. That is being driven by our C02 emissions, so we have to reduce those emissions as quickly as possible. The question is – how do we do that in Galway?
With climate change very much to the fore and a topic of important conversation amongst the future generation, Arcadia Retail Park have partnered with Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, to announce a relevant initiative for the Athlone and Moate Municipal District, sponsored by Westmeath County Council.
Fridays for Future Mayo, supported by XR Mayo, will be organising a local climate strike in Castlebar, today, Friday, November 29.
Galway Alliance Against War will mark Global Climate Action Day with a vigil at the junction of Shop Street/Mainguard Street tomorrow from 12.30 to 1.30pm, marking the link between militarism and climate change.
Greta Thunberg, and indeed the children of the world, have thrown down the gauntlet and demanded climate action. Solving this literal meltdown is on such a global scale that it must surely be beyond the responsibility of Galwegians?
In August of 2018, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg walked out of school and sat, alone, outside the Swedish parliament with a hand-painted cardboard sign saying ‘Skolstrejk för klimatet‘ (School strike for the climate).
Extinction Rebellion, a mock funeral for the "death of our earth as we know it" will take place this weekend through the streets of Galway city and Salthill to highlight the issue of climate change.
An NUI Galway project which aims to reduce carbon emissions from peatlands has secured close to €1 million in funding.