Ireland stands on the brink of putting climate change at the heart of its government if Green Party members vote in favour of a new coalition.
The new administration plans to ban fracked gas imports from the US, make steep cuts in emissions and end new drilling for oil and gas.
Agreed in talks with two larger parties, the plan now needs the support of two thirds of Green members.
But there is opposition, with some saying it is not progressive enough.
The results of voting are expected on Friday evening.
source – BBC