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Comhaontas Glas (Green Party Ireland)

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Local Councillors

Ossian Smyth
  
Karen Furlong
  
Mr Roderic O'Gorman
  
Ciarán CUFFE
  
Claire Byrne
  
David Healy
  
Francis Duffy
  
Malcolm Noonan
  
Marianne Butler
  
Mark Dearey
  
Steven Matthews
  
Patrick Costello
  
Steven Agnew
  
Ross Brown
  
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John Barry
  
Paul Roberts
  

MPs

Catherine Martin Deputy Leader and TD for Dublin Rathdown
Eamon Ryan Green Party Leader and TD for Dublin Bay South
Grace O’Sullivan Senator - Agricultural and Fisheries Panel.

International Secretary

Eoin Wilson

Greens hail ‘historic’ day for environmentalism in Ireland

The Green Party hailed today as a historic day for environmentalism in Ireland, after a majority of Dáil Éireann backed plans to ban future offshore oil and gas exploration in Irish waters.


Greens call for global resistance to Donald Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Agreement

“The best response to Trump’s announcement [to withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement] is increased ambition in tackling climate change. The Irish Government needs to now change tack. We cannot express our disappointment about what the Americans are doing and at the same time continue to let Ireland be a real laggard when it comes to taking climate action." - Green Party leader Eamon... more


Greens: Global temperature figures ‘urgent warning on climate change’

It is time we sent the American, Russian and Saudi oil companies packing.


Greens: UN Sustainable Development Goals are a manifesto for the future of both the Global North and South

Green Party Ireland calls for a national dialogue on how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals will be met in Ireland.


Green Party criticises calls to cull certain ‘pest’ species in the wake of massive losses in global biodiversity

Green Party Ireland criticises calls to cull certain ‘pest’ species in the wake of massive losses in global biodiversity. Preventing biodiversity loss should be high on political agenda.


Year Date % of vote Number of votes Reps Elected
2016 26 Feb 2.8%  57999 2
2011 26 Feb 1.8%  41040
2007 14 Jun 4.7%  8

Comhaontas Glas - Convention 2018 - Dublin

22 March, 2018
Following the success of the European Ideas Lab Conference, which brought civil society, NGOs and European Green Party representatives together, we will continue the debate. We are committed to ensuring that both members of the Green Party and the wider public can contribute to a weekend packed with workshops, panel discussions and much more. Our range of speakers will discuss topics from Brexit... more


Greens seek end to further oil and gas exploration

15 November, 2017
The Green Party will today introduce the Prohibition of Fossil Fuels (Keep It In the Ground) Bill 2017, seeking an end to further oil and gas exploration in Irish territory. The Bill comes as the COP23 conference in Bonn continues.


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News about Comhaontas Glas (Green Party Ireland)

Greens hail ‘historic’ day for environmentalism in Ireland

The Green Party hailed today as a historic day for environmentalism in Ireland, after a majority of Dáil Éireann backed plans to ban future offshore oil and gas exploration in Irish waters.


Greens call for global resistance to Donald Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Agreement

“The best response to Trump’s announcement [to withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement] is increased ambition in tackling climate change. The Irish Government needs to now change tack. We cannot express our disappointment about what the Americans are doing and at the same time continue to let Ireland be a real laggard when it comes to taking climate action." - Green Party leader Eamon... more


Greens: Global temperature figures ‘urgent warning on climate change’

It is time we sent the American, Russian and Saudi oil companies packing.


Greens: UN Sustainable Development Goals are a manifesto for the future of both the Global North and South

Green Party Ireland calls for a national dialogue on how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals will be met in Ireland.


Green Party criticises calls to cull certain ‘pest’ species in the wake of massive losses in global biodiversity

Green Party Ireland criticises calls to cull certain ‘pest’ species in the wake of massive losses in global biodiversity. Preventing biodiversity loss should be high on political agenda.


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