China is halting the march to net zero

April 5, 2023

In September 1961 President John F. Kennedy spoke to the United Nations warning of the danger posed by nuclear weaponry.  “Every man, woman and child lives under a nuclear sword of Damocles, hanging by the


Irish forestry has been left in the dark for far too long

October 26, 2022

Last month, Minister of State for land use, Pippa Hackett launched a vision for Ireland’s trees, woods and forests until 2050. The new plan outlines promising guidelines for “the right trees in the right places


UCC delegate set to represent Irish students at COP26 Summit

November 10, 2021

University College Cork have assembled a delegate of eight members, including students and climate professors, to attend the COP26 summit in Glasgow which kicked off on Sunday. COP26 will run from October 31st to November 12th, and


Storm in a teacup

December 12, 2018

The effects of climate change can be clearly seen, the most evident effect can be seen in the increased temperature. Temperatures have risen by 0.7oC between 1890-2008 and most significantly by 0.4oC between 1980-2008.


What is climate change?

December 6, 2016

Some time has gone by since the outcome of the US presidential election shook America and the rest of the world, or at least half of it, seemingly – and starting to get used to