Is é an Comhaontas Glas (Béarla: The Green Party) páirtí polaitiúil glas na hÉireann. Bunaíodh i mBaile Átha Cliath sa bhliain 1981 é faoin ainm Páirtí Éiceolaíochta na hÉireann (Ecology Party of Ireland as Béarla), ach athraíodh an t-ainm go The Green Party/An Comhaontas Glas sa bhliain 1987. Tháinig fás suntasach ar na Glasaigh mar a ghlaoitear orthu, agus sa lá atá inniu ann tá ionadaithe acu ar gach leibhéal rialtais in Éirinn agus san Eoraip. Chomh maith leis sin, tá cónaidhm comhoibrithe speisialta acu le Páirtí Glas Thuaisceart Éireann ó 2006. Cuid de ghluaiseacht ...
THE FORMER minister for energy Eamon Ryan has said there is a real prospect there will be no Green Party TD in the Dáil after the election.
“That will be a shame. That would be a huge loss when the country needs to look forward to where we need to go,” he said.
Mr Ryan was speaking at the launch of his re-election campaign for Dublin South in the Mill Theatre in Dundrum yesterday.
He said the Greens had not been great at populist politics when in government but that many decisions, such as the decision to introduce carbon tax and the tough economic and banking ...
GREEN PARTY Ministers have defended the Climate Change Response Bill against criticism that it is rushed and inflexible, will damage agriculture and the economy and sets more ambitious targets than any other European country.
Minister for Energy Eamon Ryan and the Minister of State for Sustainable Transport, Ciarán Cuffe, both dismissed the criticisms yesterday.
They contended that the legislation presented huge opportunities for Ireland that would create employment and prosperity through a sustainable, low-carbon and low-oil economy.
The Bill was published on December 23rd ...
Ireland’s Prime Minister Brian Cowen has announced a general election for March 11.The Fianna Fail leader intends to dissolve parliament to hold the election – under Green Party orders.Brian Cowen promised that hard-hitting budget laws outlined last month in the wake of Ireland’s EUR85bn international bail-out would be passed before then.
Prime Minister Brian Cowen said: "Prior to the general election we are committed to enacting key pieces of legislation to secure Ireland's economic future." In a setback for Ireland’s Prime Minister, he added that five ...
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