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# climate action

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Free public transport and a 50% cut in national dairy herd pledged by Solidarity-People Before Profit
Extinction Rebellion activists canvass in Dublin ahead of General Election
'We simply cannot waste any more time': Prince Charles meets Greta Thunberg in Davos
'They can't go green if they're in the red': Farmers won't become climate-friendly if subsidies are cut, warns IFA
Government departments now 'carbon taxed' on air travel
Motorists 'should reassess electric' when buying new cars as laws banning petrol, diesel cars being drafted
Mandatory brown bin collections could be introduced under new waste strategy
Ramp up in wind energy needed to meet electricity demand from data centres and electric cars, says Varadkar
Poll: Is Ireland doing enough to tackle climate change?
Bruton says country determined to play its part on climate as Ireland ranked lowest on action
Can rented homes be made more energy efficient? You're being asked to give your view
Irish newspaper coverage of climate change low by European standards and 'predominantly political'
Ireland has spent €121m on carbon credits due to failure to reach emissions targets
Debate about what ESB and Bord na Móna workers will do next should have started 'years ago', says union boss
Grandmother launches hunger strike at Dáil gates in protest over Ireland's climate policies
SF motion to prevent 5G rollout defeated, while party votes to ban balloon releases
Youth Assembly presents minister with recommendations on climate change after Dáil debate
The security and sustainability of Ireland's energy is set to be reviewed
Opinion: Our forests could be a brilliant antidote for our reliance on fossil fuels - here’s why
Prof Kevin O'Connor
Overwhelmed by climate change? Here are some practical ways to help tackle it
Dr Cara Augustenborg
Ireland's ecosystem is home to almost 16,500 species - here are 7 you may not have spotted
Prof Jane Stout
Philip Boucher-Hayes: What to expect from an RTÉ programme about the climate crisis
Philip Boucher-Hayes
Jobs losses for the midlands as ESB announces closure of two peat plants
Ban on Extinction Rebellion protests was unlawful, UK court rules
Protesters plan 'bikini & shorts' protest over Taoiseach 'positive' climate change remarks
Minister to set out the 'good from the bad' in how supermarkets tackle plastic waste
Reducing cow herd ‘last resort’ in tackling carbon emissions, says Varadkar
Taoiseach says he'll ditch his diesel car for hybrid 'if it makes sense'
Local councils will work under new 'carbon proofing' charter introduced by Government today
Single-use plastics ban Bill aims to put biodegradable packaging on supermarket shelves
Climate change could lead to a rise in the already 'alarming' levels of world hunger
Jane Fonda arrested during climate change protest in Washington
'Greta is right to be angry': Mary Robinson says she was 'moved to tears' by Thunberg
Extinction Rebellion protesters have covered government climate department building with scientific papers
Green measures: Here are the main environmental changes in Budget 2020
276 people arrested during Extinction Rebellion protests in London
'Our aim is to get people arrested': Climate activists gear up for week-long protest on streets of Dublin
Higgins at UN: 'No challenge facing international community is more urgent than climate action'
Many megacities to be hit annually by extreme weather in 2050, UN warns
Taoiseach tells UN Climate Summit that exploration for oil in Irish waters will end