Coalition leaders have agreed an emissions cut for the agriculture sector of 25%.
Cabinet Ministers are now being phoned to seek their approval in an incorporeal meeting.
Talks had stalled in recent days with Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue seeking a 24% reduction and Environment Minister Eamon Ryan looking for 26%.
In the end they split the difference between the two.
Fianna Fáil TD Christopher O'Sullivan says a lower target for agriculture than the 30% upper limit was needed: