“No climate justice without human rights” protests follow after COP27
Trinity students plan climate protest with Extinction Rebellion
Irish forestry has been left in the dark for far too long
Should we pay more for flights to improve climate change, as Ciarán Cuffe MEP suggested?
The Climate Crisis: Let’s talk about solutions not just the impacts
Climate change plans are out the window as the emergency crisis continues.
COP26 is not Listening to Irish Farmers.
UCC delegate set to represent Irish students at COP26 Summit
COP26: Bold Compromises and Ambitious Commitments are on the Agenda.
Taxi app Free Now to help drive e-scooter trial on DCU campuses
Ireland’s climate will be drastically warmer by 2050, study finds
Air pollution has a lasting damaging effect on public health while speeding up climate change
Geraldine Carton of The Useless Project: “The only way is up”
The musicians helping to make climate change a cultural movement
Plan to combat the effects of climate change on health launched
The Department of Health has developed a Climate Change Adaptation Plan to identify the main challenges posed to the health service by the climate crisis.
Storm in a teacup
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.
National Energy and Climate Plan influenced by DCU students
CSO and Met Éireann team up in new “rescue” project
RTÉ have no guidelines for reporting on climate change
Storm Emma: Assessing the cause of Europe’s peculiar weather spasm
Minister launches €6.7 million climate change research initiative led by UCD
The minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development has launched an investment of €6.7 million into a climate change research project called Acclimatize.