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# Adaptation

This year
2023
Varadkar says 'adaptation' to climate change most effective response and land use plan needed
The Taoiseach said reducing emission would make a “small contribution” to slowing down climate change.
'There is more to come. I’m still finding my feet in international football'
Will Smallbone has urged people to be patient with Stephen Kenny’s young team.
Midfield role my best shot - Trent Alexander-Arnold
The Liverpool star impressed in a more advanced position for England against Malta.
Harry Potter TV series announced with JK Rowling set to executive produce
Warner Bros Discovery said the series will be “a faithful adaptation” of the boy wizard’s stories.
‘One year, I played 7 games for Ireland and 3 for Sunderland… That was new to me’
Keiren Westwood on Irish memories, future plans, and the challenges of balancing club with international form.
‘A lot of people wrote me off’ - The Irishman thriving in Belgium
Jake O’Brien on his move to Molenbeek, talks with Patrick Vieira plus his ambitions with Palace and Ireland.
Last year
2022
‘Future generations will not forgive us’: Taoiseach tells COP27 that climate can’t wait
Micheál Martin delivered Ireland’s national statement to the World Leaders Summit at COP27.
On Day Three of COP27, Micheál Martin has delivered Ireland's national statement to the World Leaders Summit.
He said that the situation is "urgent, but it is not hopeless".
Earlier, COP27 President Sameh Shoukry announced an agenda telling rich countries how to support four billion people most vulnerable to climate change.
UN chief warns world can either 'cooperate or perish' on climate as Taoiseach arrives at COP27
Newsletter: COP27 is already an uphill battle
Ireland U21 international 'more comfortable' since new manager's arrival
Ross Tierney aiming to kick-start Motherwell’s season again when Aberdeen visit.
Fulham's €23 million man earns praise for start to life in the Premier League
Marco Silva has been impressed by Joao Palhinha.
'My country is made up of 17 million people and they're all Bayern fans now' - Mane
The Senegal international also revealed he brought his own lederhosen with him to the Bavarian capital this summer.
Gareth Bale says new side 'felt like home straight away'
The five-time Uefa Champions League winner saw his new club defeat the visiting Los Angeles Galaxy 3-2 in his first taste of the ‘El Trafico’ derby.
IPCC findings not 'doom and gloom' but a wake-up call to act on climate, report author says
Prof Richard Dawson contributed to the sections on cities and said coastal areas will be increasingly threatened in the years ahead.
Why 'adaptation' is the climate buzzword you need to know this year
Ireland is due to update the National Adaptation Framework for the first time since 2018 and the IPCC will publish a major report on climate adaptation.
All time
The Irish-born defender set to embark on an African adventure
Roberto Lopes is preparing to represent Cape Verde in the Africa Cup of Nations.
Former Ireland U21 international delighted with competitive racing debut
Jay Tabb finished sixth in the Thorner’s Of Somerset Racing Welfare Charity Flat Race at Wincanton.
The former footballer set to be one of Sligo's first Olympians
Chris O’Donnell was a part of the mixed 4x400m relay team that sealed Ireland’s qualification earlier this month.
Chelsea's €58 million man admits he is 'struggling'
Star striker Timo Werner has now gone eight games without a goal.
The melancholy of the former distance runner
In the first part of our series, Irish Olympian Ciarán Ó Lionáird discusses life after high-level sport.
81-times capped Wales star set to retire from rugby to focus on children's books
James Hook scored 352 points for his country from his debut in 2006 to his final bow in 2015.
‘Troy is a number nine… He wouldn’t be ecstatic about moving to the left’
The Tottenham striker had to do a job for the team as Ireland beat Sweden last night.
'I’d need a day to go through what I’ve learned' - Ronan O'Gara
The Racing Métro coach is gradually growing comfortable with life off the pitch, he tells TheScore.ie in Paris.
Gabriel Byrne to play lead in TV adaptation of John Banville crime series
Banville said Byrne is the “perfect” choice to star in the series – which he penned under the pseudonym Benjamin Black.
Eight of the best film adaptations ever made
Some of Hollywood’s better recent attempts to convert well-loved books to the silver screen.
Eight of the worst film adaptations ever made
Some of Hollywood’s most recent disastrous attempts to convert well-loved books to the silver screen…
VIDEO: Is this what you imagined when you read The Great Gatsby?
The first trailer of Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation is out…