Research Paper 13_Advancing the Low-Carbon Transition in Irish Transport
This research from DCU identifies three main themes: complexities inherent in transport; competing priorities and contestation between institutional drivers; and the fragmented governance landscape and institutional opportunities for enhanced co-ordination. Building on research findings, the report identifies a set of recommendations and poses a number of questions for stakeholders who wish to strengthen low-carbon transition in Irish transport.
Advancing the Low-Carbon Transition in Irish Transport: GA
Climate-Change Policy: Getting the Process Right (147)
There is a growing consensus that ambitious action is needed if we are to stop climate change. Ireland is ready to do more as evident from the efforts of our children and young people, as well as the Oireachtas Joint Committee’s report and ongoing work to produce an all-of-Government plan. To safeguard our future, protect coming generations, achieve a just transition and meet international obligations, actions have to urgently and continuously deliver results.
This report focuses on how to combine an ambitious long-term climate change mission with an urgent and active policy process that can discover, try out and support practical actions that reduce carbon emissions.
Climate-Change Policy: Getting the Process Right: GA
Secretariat Paper 17_The Framing of Climate Action in Ireland: Strategic Considerations
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing policy-makers today, and Ireland’s record on climate action is widely accepted as being disappointing. Part of the explanation for this lies in the uncertainty about what action Ireland can and should take, and uncertainty about how acceptable any climate action will be to various groups in society. In this context of uncertainty, how a problem is framed can have a significant impact on subsequent decisions taken to address that problem. This Secretariat paper examines if and how the framing (or reframing) of climate action can lead to more progress in this challenging area.
The Framing of Climate Action in Ireland: Strategic Considerations: GA
Welfare adjustments 2019-2020 – Opinion No. 2,129 (Joint opinion of the National Labour Council and the Central Economic Council)
Welfare adjustments 2019-2020 – Opinion No. 2,129 (Joint opinion of the National Labour Council and the Central Economic Council: FR
Draft RD modifying the RD of 20-7-2001 -concerning the general regulation for the protection of the population, the workers and the environment against the danger of ionising radiations – -on medical exposure – -on veterinary exposure opinion n° 2,123
Draft royal decree modifying the royal decree of 20 July 2001 concerning the general regulation for the protection of the popula: FR