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# Climate Change

Last year
'Profound responsibility on our shoulders': Taoiseach pledges €25 million to climate damage fund
No plans for Ireland to commit to further cuts in methane emissions at COP28 - Taoiseach
Eamon Ryan: 'If we crack energy, we can crack climate'
Eamon Ryan
Millions pledged to new climate damage fund amid warning 2023 to break 'cacophony' of weather records
'Most important in years': Taoiseach heads to Dubai for COP28 climate change conference
Loss and damage: The complicated quest to help countries hit hardest by the climate crisis
Opinion: The speeding climate train will have catastrophic implications for billions
Karol Balfe
Met Éireann says Ireland on track to have ‘warmest year on record’ -- and maybe the wettest
Explainer: China, the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter
Irish government to push for fossil fuel companies to 'pay their way' at UN climate conference
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'I think it's not going to be an easy COP' - world prepares for UN summit
Gas and oil industry faces ‘moment of truth’ ahead of COP28, report states
COP28 turns attention to potent methane emissions, as UN warns about rising temperatures
Jacinda Ardern on death threats, climate change and why social media is like alcohol
EU reaches deal to reduce methane gas emissions from energy sector
'Alarming' health risks due to inaction over climate change as Ireland behind on action plan
Householders to pay 'small charge' on energy bills to pay for new floating gas storage ship
Emmanuel Macron says melting glaciers are ‘an unprecedented challenge for humanity’
Government TD accuses RTÉ of wanting to 'close down' Ireland's beef industry
Australia offers climate refuge to Tuvalu citizens threatened by rising sea levels
Last month was hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor says
UK to grant new oil and gas licences in North Sea annually despite climate change
40 people killed in Kenya and Somalia as heavy rain and floods displace thousands
Developed countries to be 'urged' to contribute to fund to fight impacts of climate change
Govt accused of 'lack of policy coherence' as Varadkar and ministers seek to expand beef exports
ESB crews travel to France amid power outages as Storm Ciarán leaves 16 people dead across Europe
Ten people killed in western Europe by Storm Ciarán
Countries divided over China's role as climate victim or polluter at talks ahead of COP28
How nature, instead of concrete, could protect Ireland's towns from damaging floods
'Everything is damaged': Pregnant woman tells of being rescued from her flooded home
The Explainer: What can be done to stop damaging flooding in Ireland?
Storm Babet floods show climate change is 'here and now' - Eamon Ryan
Varadkar says 'adaptation' to climate change most effective response and land use plan needed
'The polluter must pay': Ryan hits out at oil giant Saudi Arabia spending millions on football
Cabinet to hear proposal for Storm Babet flood relief scheme that could give businesses up to €100,000
Government may increase money available to businesses damaged by flooding, Eamon Ryan says
John Gibbons: We must turn to nature if we're serious about tackling extreme flooding
John Gibbons
Green Party not ruling out being part of Sinn Féin-led coalition, Ryan says
New research finds climate change is 'evident' in Ireland's weather records