Great News! New York State Bans Fracking

In spite of huge pressure from the oil and gas industry, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Department of Environmental Conservation has concluded that the health risks of fracking are too great, and it will not permit the development of fracking in the state. This decision comes after the publication of a substantial report from […]


Celebrating Christmas with our new Website

Happy Christmas to all our supporters!  May we all have a happy and peaceful Christmas and a Joyous New Year.  2014 was an exciting year for GEAI and 2015 promises to be even busier with new campaigns and new projects. Enjoy our new-look Website!  All the GEAI team have worked hard to give the website […]


Lima climate summit postpones key decisions until 2015

Lima Climate summit a disappointment The vital Lima climate summit was a disappointment.  Governments have to put individual climate pledges on table in the first half of next year, forming the foundations of the global climate agreement due in Paris next December.  However, many of the big issues that have plagued the talks for years […]

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Last GEAI meeting of 2014

GEAI had its last meeting of 2014 on 13th December, when members and the three EVS volunteers had the opportunity to discuss work done and challenges for the new year. The meeting took place at Killargue Community Hall and was followed by the Good Energies Christmas lunch in Dromahair. A day of great work, great […]


GEAI participates in the Peoples Energy Charter workshop

Yesterday Good Energies Alliance Ireland director Aedin McLoughlin and EVS volunteer Irina make two presentations at the Peoples Energy Charter meeting in the Unite head office in Dublin. McLoughlin talked about the benefits for environmental organisations of being constituted as Limited Comapanies, while Irina spooke about the Danish energy transitions towards a 100% renewable energy […]

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Record cut in Scotland’s carbon emissions

Important milestone Scotland achieved a record drop on carbon emissions in 2013, cutting 12m tonnnes from 2012. That comes after the announcement that during the first half of 2014 for the first time clean energies produced more power than nuclear, coal or gas in Scotland. “This important milestone is good news for anyone who cares about Scotland’s […]

Fossil of the Day award

Shame on Ireland – “Fossil of the Day” in Lima

Ireland is one of only FOUR countries in the ‘developed’ world who have not contributed to the Green Climate Fund, designed to support developing countries to fight climate change while growing economically. At the UN Climate talks in Lima this week, Ireland, Australia, Belgium and Austria were given the first “Fossil of the Day” award, making them very conspicuous […]

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