The failure of a green energy scheme could permanently reshape Ireland's politics, writes Andrew Warren
Next Monday, January 13, is the day when we will learn whether a government-backed climate change abatement scheme will trigger a major administrative change, that could eventually lead to the break-up...
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It will be a massive own goal if the UK fails to announce a substantial commitment at the Climate Ambition Summit it is hosting in December, argues ECIU's Dr Alison Doig
The 200 firms in the group's membership - including Shell, Chevron, BASF, Volkswagen, BP, PepsiCo - must comply with rules requiring science-aligned net zero goal for no later than 2050