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# Climate Change

Yesterday
2nd March 2024
Nature restoration law reveals cracks and divisions in Sinn Féin and Fine Gael
Last week
25th February 2024 - 2nd March 2024
'Time is not on our side': Countries urged to hurry up and ratify treaty to protect polluted oceans
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Midleton flooding was made twice as likely to occur by climate change
Irish people are getting more and more worried about storms and extreme heat - climate study
MEPs pass hotly debated nature law to 'reverse hundreds of years' of damage despite farmer protests
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Why is our history falling into the sea?
Farmers bring tractor protest to Cork over airport expansion and climate policies
Coastal erosion will wipe out many ancient seaside sites and monuments
Escalating storms and extreme weather caused by climate change will increase coastal erosion with many Irish landmarks unable to be saved, experts say.
A number of monuments and historical buildings already falling into the sea
Nationwide climate hazard map of threatened sites set to be launched
Government: Managed loss of history ‘must be addressed’
Last month
February 2024
Cabinet told of Ireland's new target to reduce energy consumption
Voters across all age groups hold moderate view on EU climate action
UAE, Azerbaijan and Brazil form 'troika' to push for global action on global warming
Human destruction of nature threatens migratory mammals, fish and birds, report declares
Michael Pidgeon: Dublin's new city centre transport plan is not a 'ban on cars'
Warmest January on record as temperatures hover above crucial 1.5 limit
'I'm not rejecting science, I'm supporting the economy': DAA boss defends plan to increase flights
EU Commission proposes 90% cut to emissions by 2040
At least 122 now dead as deadly wildfires burn through central Chile
Wildfires in central Chile kill at least 64 people, with death toll continuing to rise
Elaine McGoff: I would love to cheer on the government's new biodiversity plan, but I can't
Farmer: Branding farmers far right isn’t simply wrong, it’s helping the far right
Pádraic Fogarty: Farmers must find a more sophisticated way to be heard than tractor protests
€120 million spent by Ireland to help developing countries deal with climate change in 2022
Breaching Dublin Airport passenger cap 'unsustainable' during climate crisis, Dáil hears
Greta Thunberg to appear in court over climate protest outside London hotel last year
January
January 2024
Biden announces pause on new LNG export terminals in face of 'existential threat' of climate crisis
Extreme weather events show Ireland's vulnerability to climate change, report says
UN expert slams UK over 'severe crackdowns' on climate protesters
Azerbaijan backtracks on plans for all-male committee to organise COP29
New flood forecasting centre now providing daily updates to local authorities
EU shuts legal case after Ireland finally submits years-late climate plan - but it's still unfinished
2023 confirmed as hottest year globally since modern records began, surpassing 2016 by a 'large margin'
Azerbaijan appoints former oil executive as president of COP29 climate talks
Last year
2023
Pádraic Fogarty: Next year, we can't afford to be complacent about biodiversity
New flood forecasting centre to open early next year
Met Éireann data shows 2023 was Ireland's warmest year on record
'Mobility hubs' to be rolled out across three Irish cities next year with car sharing facilities
Government to examine carbon capture and storage under new Climate Action Plan
Dreams of a white Christmas dashed, with scattered showers and sunny spells in store
Opinion: We can't roll our eyes at oil states at COP while missing our own climate targets