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Nearly half of people in Ireland think the number of cows should be limited or reduced
From adaptation to zero emissions: An A-Z of climate change in Ireland
COP26 officially starts today - here's how The Journal will be covering it
Saoi O’Connor: COP26 won't give us what we’re fighting for - only the people can do that
Saoi O'Connor
Young people have little faith in the government on climate, poll finds
'Both challenging and not ambitious enough': Why the carbon budgets are a huge deal for Ireland
'Failing to act would have grave consequences': Proposed carbon budget charts new climate path
'Is this good enough anymore?': Why years of 'media silence' around climate won't return
Quiz: How much do you know about Ireland and climate change?
Ireland's greenhouse gas emissions fell less during the pandemic than in the previous year
How Irish Rail is fighting an ‘alarming increase in erosion’ near vulnerable railway lines
Government rolls back on plan to set up statutory office for Just Transition Commissioner
Facebook flags Irish gas suppliers for running carbon footprint ads without disclaimers
The world's biggest climate summit kicks off soon - here's what you need to know
Where the crisis is 'catastrophic': How is Ireland helping countries facing climate threats?
'This can't just be politics as usual': What are the EU's main climate goals?
'It is urgent': 'Frustration' that still no date set for Citizens' Assembly on biodiversity
Open Thread: What actions do you think the government should take on the climate crisis?
Poll: How worried are you about the climate crisis?
The Good Information Project is turning its attention to the climate crisis
Helping or hurting? The reality and the politics of migration in the EU
Why The Telegraph's 2014 front page on Labour, UKIP and immigration was my worst nightmare
Kevin Cunningham
What led to the 2019 Fine Gael MEP migration vote?
'We are not meant to be doing this, we need to do this because people are crossing and dying'
What can we learn about how Britain has treated migrant workers post-Brexit?
Undocumented in Ireland fear being excluded from imminent regularisation scheme
Life in Lesbos: 'I thought the fire would be a turning point, but it's got progressively worse'
Refreshed Turkey deal 'worked well' for EU, but was 'catastrophic' and 'atrocious' for migrants
Ireland has now offered humanitarian access visas to 400 Afghans
Most Irish people want the State to take in more than 230 Afghan refugees
Explainer: What are the current rules around migration in Europe?
Eleven families arrive in Ireland from Moria refugee camp in Lesbos
Explainer: What is the European Union Agency for the Space Programme?
The Explainer: How does Ireland fit into the space race?
Irish MEPs criticise Poland for pushing migrants back at new border wall with Belarus
What is the best solution for the EU's migration crisis, and is Ireland doing enough?
Less than a third of people in Ireland would take a trip to space - even if it was free
Opinion: To boldly go - how science fiction inspires space exploration
Jack Fennell
Quiz: How much do you know about the modern space race?
Ireland's ancient astronomers and the alignment of our prehistoric monuments
Anthony Murphy