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Manx climate emergency fight is leaderless says green group

Troddan Vannin er gyere-cheim yn emshyraght gyn leeideilagh ta possan glass dy ghra

Barrantys noa 'nagh vel goll choud as' jantys breeoil

Ta Tinvaal er 'nyannoo brock jeh caa' ayns votal er gyere-cheim yn emshyraght ayns soie Mean Souree, rere possan traastee.

Ta Conastey Ellan Vannin er Caghlaa yn Emshyraght goltaghey y fogrey jeant liorish yn daa hamyr, agh t'eh credjal dy vel y reiltys foast failleil dy yannoo 'leeideilys cleeir'.

Ny s'leaie 'sy vee shoo, ren olteynyn votal lesh un aigney ayns foayr jeh lhiasaghey currit roish ec OCF [Oltey yn Chiare as Feed] ass-lieh Doolish Hwoaie Ralph Peak dy chur er bun fwirran caghlaaee.

Rere shoh, bee caairlagh neu-chrogheydagh er ny phointeil dy yannoo briwnys er yn aght foddee yn Ellan goaill ayrn ayns meeinaghey ny eiyrtyssyn jeh jannoo ro cheh y chruinney.

Agh ta'n chooish er ve ny oyr son cremmey liorish y chonastey, ta ny phossan jeant soese ass 20 sheshaght, goaill stiagh Caarjyn ny Cruinney as Treisht Bea Feie Vannin.

T'eh gra nagh vel y treealtys jannoo seose y jantys breeoil son va kied currit 'sy choyrle scrutee er emshyraght as dy vel coyrle ard aghtal ry gheddyn hannah veih'n Phannyl Eddyr-Ashoonagh er Caghlaa Emshyraght, ta cochorp ny Hashoonyn Unnaneysit dy skeeandee.

Cha nel y barrantys jeant ec Tinvaal, t'eh dy ghra, 'goll choud as y barrantys baghtal as shickyr' dy yannoo ny sloo brooightaghyn, myr va'n resoonaght shoh 'shirrey dy mooar'.


New commitment 'falls short' of meaningful action

Tynwald has 'fumbled an opportunity' during the climate emergency vote at the June sitting, according to a lobbying group.

The Isle of Man Climate Change Coalition welcomes the declaration made by both houses, however it believes the government is still failing to provide 'clear leadership'. 

Earlier this month, members voted unanimously for an amendment tabled by Douglas North MHK Ralph Peake to form a transformation team.

It will see the appointment of an independent chair to establish how the Island can play its role in mitigating the effects of global overheating.

Though the move has been met with criticism by the coalition, a group which is made up of 20 organisations including Friends of the Earth and the Manx Wildlife Trust.

It claims the motion is not the meaningful action that was mandated for in the recent climate consulation and that expert advice is already available in the form of the IPCC, a UN body of scientists.

The commitment made by Tynwald, it says, 'falls short of the obvious and firm commitment' to emissions reductions this debate was 'crying out for'.
 

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