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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
EU reaches deal to reduce methane gas emissions from energy sector
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
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
Storm Babet floods show climate change is 'here and now' - Eamon Ryan
Cabinet to hear proposal for Storm Babet flood relief scheme that could give businesses up to €100,000
New research finds climate change is 'evident' in Ireland's weather records
Greta Thunberg charged with public order offence after London climate protest
Disasters in last 30 years have caused losses of $3.8 trillion in crops and livestock
Climate 'countdown clock' report launched ahead of key UN talks
77 people die in floods in India after glacial lake bursts
Emissions of Abu Dhabi oil company owned by COP28 President to increase more than 40% by 2030
September was hottest on record by 'extraordinary' margin, EU climate monitor says
Algal blooms raise 'alarm bell' at Blessington Lake in wake of Lough Neagh disaster
From heatwave to Storm Agnes: Both rainfall and temperatures above September average
Wind power temporarily outpaced electricity demand yesterday for the first time in Ireland
Irish lawyers represent six young people taking 32 countries to court over climate inaction
Ireland's air quality last year was below WHO standards for human health
Ex-UN climate chief has 'lost patience' with fossil fuel industry
Rishi Sunak's U-turn on climate slammed as 'chucking the environment into a political fire'
Energy security review to find 'short-term' back-up gas storage needed for Ireland
Citizens' assembly on biodiversity loss had 'no urban-rural divide' in forming recommendations
Experts had warned for decades about dams that burst killing thousands
UN says thousands of Libya flood deaths could have been avoided
Traffic to be diverted from congested quays under proposed rehaul of Dublin city centre roads
Small islands take case to protect oceans from climate change to UN court
Farmer: Irish farming is connected with nature - we are not the enemy
€5.7 billion in fossil fuel business being funnelled through Ireland to the Global South
Lung conditions will be made worse by climate change, say respiratory experts
Government gets 'C+' in climate action as scientists say progress is good but not enough
Hot water from Poolbeg Incinerator to heat over 50,000 buildings from 2025
Opinion: So, it's now forbidden to tweet about reducing meat consumption - in a climate crisis?
Tens of thousands ordered to evacuate as Canadian firefighters continue to battle wildfires