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Climate Bar Association pledges support to the COP26 Coalition Ireland March for Climate Justice
 

On the same day that Michael Martin addresses COP 26, the Climate Bar Association and 38 other Irish organisations have pledged their support to the COP26 Coalition Ireland March for Climate Justice.

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On Wednesday 20 October 2021, member of the Climate Bar Association, Senator Vincent P Martin SC, introduced into the Seanad the Protection of the Native Irish Honey Bee Bill 2021. Vincent, and other members of the Climate Bar Association including our Chair, Clíona Kimber SC, Mema Byrne BL, Donnchadh Woulfe BL, Brendan Guildea BL, and Sara-Jane O’Brien BL, have been working with the Native Irish Honey Bee Society for a number of months to reach this important milestone, and Comhshaol – the Climate Bar Association looks forward to seeing this important Bill progress through the Oireachtas.

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Senator ’s plan bee

 

Senator Vincent P Martin (or Vincent B Martin) introduces “The Protection of the Native Irish Honey Bee Bill” to the Seanad on 20th October 2021. 

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Responsible Broadcasting and Climate Change

 

The Climate Bar Association have written to RTÉ offering guidance and assistance after its failure to mention climate change when reporting on the recent catastrophic weather events around the world.