The Taoiseach has said the Climate Action Plan will aim to deliver a sustainable future for farmers.
Ministers will launch the plan this afternoon after signing off on the details this morning.
It's expected to see a range of cuts to emissions across all sectors of the economy and more than 100 billion euro invested in a climate transition.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the agriculture sector will have to change:
Independent MEP in this region, Castlerea based Luke Ming Flanagan says the Taoiseach was making all the right noises earlier this week in Edinburgh at COP26, but Minister McConalouge must match the rhetoric and fine words now with actions.
MEP Flanagan has been telling Midwest News this afternoon what he wants to see happen now….