The Green Party says it does not feel there is a sense of urgency from other parties on climate during talks on government formation.
Negotiating teams are set to ramp up talks to form a government next week with senior ministers, party managers and leaders all weighing into what could take a number of weeks to cobble together a new coalition.
The move has been supported by Green Party TD Neasa Hourigan
Social Democrats co-leader Catherine Murphy said she hopes the party can win four seats in the general election amid expectation that the group will also form part of any government talks.
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has said he is "nervous" and is revising downwards his forecasts for the party although he is holding out hope for strong transfers from other parties.
The Boiler House has been rediscovered. It is now a rediscovery centre, in the heart of Ballymun on the northside of Dublin.
The Green Party has hit out at climate change election promises from other parties, saying their competitors are totally "lacking in vision" and have not budgeted for significant measures.
Daniel McConnell rules the roost over five post-election scenarios
Greens leader Eamon Ryan has thrown down the environmental gauntlet to Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil by insisting next week’s budget must be the start of a decade of green policies to save the country.
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