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# CLIMATE CRISIS

Last year
2023
Climate minister expects to miss EU deadline for draft energy plan
Highly awaited EU vote on Nature Restoration Law postponed to end of month
Newsletter: The proposed nature restoration law that's become a flashpoint in climate debate
Proposed EU regulation would clear up what it means for a company to be sustainable
Winds and heavy rains kill at least 27 people in Pakistan, including eight children
Opinion: Climate change affects children as well - here are some ways you can help them cope
Dr Michelle Cowley-Cunningham
Surrealing in the Years: Today is officially the day after tomorrow
Carl Kinsella
Human-caused greenhouse gas emissions at 'all-time high'
EU Commissioner says auto-enrol pensions should be 'transparent' about climate sustainability
Ireland's cricket test match against England in London affected by climate activist protest
Fine Gael's EU party pulls out of talks on high-profile nature law
'I don't think Cork-Dublin flights will return' - Ryanair boss
Climate protesters sprayed with tear gas at TotalEnergies shareholder meeting in Paris
Green MEPs 'very' concerned by opposition to plan for restoring nature and rewetting Irish bogs
People Before Profit propose ban on private jets in Irish airspace
'If everyone drives, no one gets anywhere quickly', says Minister for Transport
Hottest year of modern records highly likely to come in next five years - report
Disposable cups to be axed from public sector canteens under new climate action mandate
Underfunded planning system puts climate action at risk, Government warned
Automatic pension scheme should not invest in fossil fuels, Government told
Ireland has finally released its 30-year climate plan - here's what it says
Oil giant BP faces shareholder backlash over U-turn on climate promises
Ireland's first clean air strategy to target pollution for sake of health and environment
Government to send long-term climate strategy to EU this week - three years late
North Sea Summit: Ireland and UK need to cooperate on offshore wind energy, says Eamon Ryan
Children's assembly on biodiversity calls on Ireland to 'treat the Earth like family'
Climate change: The last eight years were the hottest in modern records
EU approves €86 billion plan to help people impacted by climate transition
G7 pledges to quit fossil fuels faster, but doesn't set new deadline on phasing out coal
Should we use data centres to heat our homes - or is it greenwashing?
Private jets in firing line as report shows over 6,000 flights left Irish airports last year
Environment charity brings judicial review over stalled long-term climate strategy
Protesters blast Eamon Ryan as he says 'politics of division' will not work for climate crisis
World’s climate plans won’t keep temperature rise below 1.5 degrees - major UN report
'Climate needs to be at the heart of all decision-making' - Irish expert
Opinion: We have many lost Irish woodlands - let's document, cherish and protect them
Ray Ó Foghlú
Owner of Zara and Bershka reports €4.1 billion net profit despite fast fashion scrutiny
Energy credits should not have included richest households, climate NGO says
MEPs vote for Europe to decarbonise buildings and help nature to trap carbon
Diplomats and scientists meet to approve major report on state of the climate