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Prelude (20 Feb 2020)

Paidir agus Machnamh.

DÁIL ÉIREANN (20 Feb 2020)

DÁIL ÉIREANN (20 Feb 2020)

Tháinig an Dáil le chéile ar uair an mheán lae - bhí an Cléireach, Peadar Ó Fionnagáin, i láthair. The Dáil assembled at 12 noon - the Clerk of the Dáil, Mr. Peter Finnegan, attending.

DÁIL ÉIREANN (20 Feb 2020)

Léigh an Cléireach Fógra Uachtarán na hÉireann lenar Lánscoireadh agus lenar Comhghairmeadh Dáil Éireann. The Clerk read the Proclamation of the President of Ireland Dissolving and Convening Dáil Éireann.

DÁIL ÉIREANN (20 Feb 2020)

Cléireach na Dála: Is mar seo a leanas a bhí Forógra Uachtarán na hÉireann ag lánscor agus ag comóradh Dháil Éireann: The Proclamation of the President of Ireland dissolving and convening Dáil Éireann was as follows: FORÓGRA PROCLAMATION De bhun comhairle a thairg an Taoiseach dom faoi alt a dó d'Airteagal a trí déag...

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Richard Bruton: The EPA, which does the number-crunching, publishes its reports. Obviously, it is available to come before the committee to present its numbers. The SEAI does the number-crunching for energy alone. If we just want the energy side of things, as opposed to the wider piece, that is available from the SEAI.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Michael Fitzmaurice: Who does the agriculture side of things?

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Richard Bruton: The EPA does that as well. It does the evaluation. It calculates the emissions from agriculture that arise from methane, nitrogen, oxides, urea and so on. It calculates the whole lot. Teagasc has done an estimate of how we can start to reduce those emissions. The question of land use and forestry is much more complicated. I am happy to make an official available to talk to Deputies....

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Michael Fitzmaurice: I thank the Minister.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Eugene Murphy: Is the Deputy happy to proceed?

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Michael Fitzmaurice: Yes.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Eugene Murphy: Is that okay with the Minister?

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Richard Bruton: I thank the Chair and wish everyone a happy Christmas.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Eugene Murphy: Does the Minister wish to make a concluding statement?

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Richard Bruton: I do not think so. We will come back to this issue at the committee when we produce the climate Bill. I am happy to share as much as I can. This is a challenging area. It is a challenge to understand much of the science and to do the modelling. It is speculative. It is not as perfect as science as we might like. I am happy to share. I thank the Acting Chairman, the other Deputies and...

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Eugene Murphy: Before we close off proceedings here, as someone who has been in the Chair quite often over the past year, I want to thank Deputies, Ministers and staff for their courtesy and assistance and wish them all a happy Christmas. With the help of God, we will all be back here in 2020. I hope everyone enjoys the break.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

Richard Bruton: Absolutely.

Climate Action and Low Carbon Development: Statements (18 Dec 2019)

The Dáil adjourned at at 10.25 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, 15 January 2020.

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