Another new climate role for Ireland

‘Phasing out world’s oil and gas supplies’

Sligo News File

The people of Ireland are being signed up to yet another climate action role with the announcement of being joined – without public consultation – in some kind of alliance, the goal of which is the phasing out oil and gas supplies worldwide.

Thankfully, only a few countries have hitched a ride on the plan.

Ryan, the Green Party, declared that the tiny body, known as The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance, launched where he is attending the COP 26 in Scotland this afternoon, “sends a powerful message that we are moving irrevocably away from fossil fuels…”

He said that as a “core member” of the new entity, “Ireland will lead by example and share our experience of legislation so that we can all move to a fossil free future.”