Ireland avoiding responsibilities on emissions, says EU group

Carbon Market Watch claims State is among those using ‘flexibilities’ in environmental laws

Ireland is avoiding its responsibility to reduce carbon emissions by 30 per cent by 2030 by using “flexibilities” in EU laws, a Brussels-based environmental organisation has said.

The so-called effort-sharing regulation sets national emissions-reduction targets for each member state.

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