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# climate action

This month
June 2024
Majority feel the Govt isn't doing enough on climate - but few want to change their own behaviour
Last month
May 2024
The results of this Europe election are crucial for climate action
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This year
2024
European court rules Swiss government violated human rights by failing on climate action
Irish people are getting more and more worried about storms and extreme heat - climate study
Voters across all age groups hold moderate view on EU climate action
UAE, Azerbaijan and Brazil form 'troika' to push for global action on global warming
EU Commission proposes 90% cut to emissions by 2040
Bus and rail fare increases in Cavan, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath slammed by TDs
UN expert slams UK over 'severe crackdowns' on climate protesters
Record new offshore wind farm capacity installed in Europe in 2023
Last year
2023
Government to examine carbon capture and storage under new Climate Action Plan
EU will not accept draft COP28 deal that has 'killed' hopes unless major changes made - Ryan
Panda diplomacy, shiny tech and coffee: How big emitters try to sell themselves at COP28
Tánaiste announces €50 million funding for countries vulnerable to impacts of climate change
Fossil fuel debate heats up at COP28 as climate minister says carte blanches are 'not an option'
World could breach 1.5C warming threshold in the next seven years, study warns
'They can't leave Gaza': The Palestinians fighting for climate in face of Israel's violations
“We had lots of initiatives from youth and from women who were going to talk about their work here – but they can’t leave Gaza.”
Behind the scenes, climate talks tussle with world falling far short of sticking to Paris Agreement
No plans for Ireland to commit to further cuts in methane emissions at COP28 - Taoiseach
Loss and damage: The complicated quest to help countries hit hardest by the climate crisis
Irish government to push for fossil fuel companies to 'pay their way' at UN climate conference
Householders to pay 'small charge' on energy bills to pay for new floating gas storage ship
Cork city cllrs decide against dumping €400,000 'robo trees', amid concerns they aren't working
Climate experts tell TDs that 'weight-based tax' for heavier cars is 'desirable'
Taoiseach says Rishi Sunak rolling back on climate measures is 'bad economic policy' for UK
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
Varadkar and Ryan diverge over whether rail review makes case for more road investment
Four departments were responsible for one climate action each last quarter - and failed to finish
Govt say EPA report 'doesn't tell the full story' and won't concede targets will be missed
Dublin City Council begins project to upgrade over 40,000 public lights
German police carry out nationwide raids against climate activists
Extinction Rebellion protest Irish investment conference to stop funding of 'climate chaos'
John Gibbons: Biden may not be perfect on climate but he's our best hope
John Gibbons
UN adopts ‘historic’ resolution on legal obligations to fight climate change
World’s climate plans won’t keep temperature rise below 1.5 degrees - major UN report
MEPs vote for Europe to decarbonise buildings and help nature to trap carbon
Bríd Smith: If we did free transport right, we can convince more than 1% of car users to switch
Bríd Smith