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# Climate

Last year
2023
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
Status Orange rainfall warnings in place in Dublin and Wicklow
The amount of dust in the air worsened in 2022, UN says
'Orange is quite dangerous': Met Éireann explains lack of Red warning for Storm Babet's rain
Storm Babet: Cork roads remain impassable after 'worst flooding in 40 years'
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
More than 40% of Antarctica’s ice shelves have shrunk since 1997, study finds
Pádraic Fogarty: This week's budget signals the birth of a new nature economy
Pádraic Fogarty
Greta Thunberg fined for disobeying police during climate protest
77 people die in floods in India after glacial lake bursts
At least 31 people dead and nearly 100 others missing after devastating flash floods in India
Emissions of Abu Dhabi oil company owned by COP28 President to increase more than 40% by 2030
At least 10 people dead and 102 others missing after devastating flash floods in India
3,000 people forced to evacuate Tenerife due to raging wildfire
September was hottest on record by 'extraordinary' margin, EU climate monitor says
Cost of climate action - and inaction - proves need for Gov to plan for future, report shows
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
Poll: Should heavier cars pay more motor tax?
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'
Meat tax 'scrapped' by Sunak 'was never policy', Labour MP says
Energy security review to find 'short-term' back-up gas storage needed for Ireland
New data centres mooted for Dublin can't operate if they put energy security at risk, says Ryan
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
Overhaul of Dublin city centre roads will address cross-town traffic
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
Greece reinforces firefighters as massive wildfire shows no sign of abating
Death toll from this week's Greek wildfires hits 20 as firefighters battle to contain new blazes