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# Climate Change

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Climate Change Advisory Council says reliance on imported fossil fuels 'needs to end'
Hospitalisations and deaths linked to hot weather are set to increase due to climate change
Ireland's greenhouse gases fell to their lowest level since 1990 last year
The EPA has stressed that Ireland is still falling far short of the change needed to meet EU and self-imposed targets.
Last month was the hottest June on record globally, beating 2023 high
This month
July 2024
Reluctance of men to eat less meat and younger people to fly less among climate action barriers
Hurricane Beryl strikes Jamaica as death toll rises to nine
Debunked: A comparison of US temperatures in May 1896 and May 2024 is misleading
Last month
June 2024
Debunked: Condensation trails after airplanes aren't signs of intentional climate modification
Ireland's transport emissions rose last year as demand for petrol jumped by over 7%
Govt publishes updated plan to reduce emissions following years of delay and breach of EU deadline
FactCheck: How many times did the Dáil discuss the EU Nature Restoration Law?
Newly elected MEP Ciaran Mullooly claims the law was not properly scrutinised by TDs.
Climate change activists spray orange paint on ancient Stonehenge standing stones
Hundreds of people have died so far on annual pilgrimage to Mecca
What will Eamon Ryan's legacy be?
Explainer: What is the Nature Restoration Law and why was it controversial?
Nature Restoration Law to be officially adopted as EU member states give green light
The Nature Restoration Law seeks to restore at least 20% of the EU’s land and sea areas by 2030 and all ecosystems by 2050
Today's cold temperatures set to stay for the next week, Met Éireann says
World Ocean Day: At 10 times the size of Ireland, the sea is our climate solution
Jack O’Donovan Trá
A third of Irish people think about climate change when choosing their holiday destination
Ireland had one of the warmest AND wettest springs on record, Met Éireann says
Ireland has hottest May on record as world sees 12th consecutive month with warmest average
In Ireland, Met Éireann recorded an average temperature of 13.08 degrees Celsius in May 2024.
Majority feel the Govt isn't doing enough on climate - but few want to change their own behaviour
Two people die and thousands evacuated due to heavy floods in southern Germany
May 2024
The results of this Europe election are crucial for climate action
Fixing delays with childen's spinal surgeries 'not rocket science', President Higgins says
‘What have they proposed that actually brings us further?’ - Eamon Ryan slams SocDems and PBP
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil were no-shows today at climate debate ahead of EU election
Sudden and severe storm leaves millions of people powerless in India and Bangladesh
Ireland to fall 'well short' of both national and EU emissions reduction targets
The country is projected to achieve a reduction of up to 29% in total greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to the target of 51%.
'The sound of extinction': One man's mission to record Ireland's precious birdsongs
Are you in Galway tonight? Join us for food, drink and good chat at a special live event
The Explainer: Climate-related emergencies are on the rise but how are we dealing with them?
Climate protesters cause temporary closure of Munich Airport after gluing themselves to taxiways
Young people tend to underestimate how worried older people are about climate change - study
Last summer was the hottest in the northern hemisphere in 2,000 years - yes, 2,000 - study says
'We must act urgently': Ten countries join Ireland to urge adoption of Nature Restoration Law
Ireland is falling behind on what is needed to reach renewable targets, says climate council
Summer plans? Read this before you go exploring in Ireland
Most Irish people underestimate the link between eating red meat and climate change - ESRI
Global temperature streak continues with hottest April on record, says EU's climate monitor