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# Climate

Last year
Four departments were responsible for one climate action each last quarter - and failed to finish
Greta Thunberg removed by police again for trying to block access to a Swedish oil facility
Climate activists arrested after climbing 30-metre tall statues in Scotland
Irish citizens warned to 'stay away' from areas struck by Rhodes wildfires as 30k people evacuated
Larry Donnelly: Why is it that political will is lagging behind climate chaos?
Larry Donnelly
Resorts evacuated as blaze rages out of control on Greek island of Rhodes amid heatwave
Climate activists set off smoke flare at Open Championship golf tournament
Nasa climatologist says July likely to be hottest month on record
'Like opening an oven': Irish people in European heatwave recount 'unrelenting' heat
Ireland has become warmer across all seasons in the last 30 years
Ireland at risk of breaking carbon budget limit as emissions fell only 2% last year
Heatwave named after mythological monster brings scorching temperatures to southern Europe
Nature Restoration Law gets green light from EU Parliament, including all Irish MEPs
Police and organisers of British Grand Prix on high alert for Just Stop Oil protesters
Opinion: We are half way to COP28 but rich countries continue to stall climate progress
Ross Fitzpatrick
Protesters interrupt Eamon Ryan at climate conference in Ballina
Death toll rises to 55 after two weeks of monsoon rain in Pakistan
Global temperature record broken for second day in a row
China in the grip of extreme weather after flooding and 10 straight days of 35 degree heat
New Zealand to become first country to ban thin plastic bags from supermarkets
Deadlock over contentious Nature Restoration Law throws its fate into hands of EU Parliament
Ireland relied on buying 'credits' to reach climate and energy targets - EU audit
Rising ocean temperatures spell 'real threat' to fish species in Irish waters
Paris climate summit ends without deal to create global tax on shipping
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
Human-caused greenhouse gas emissions at 'all-time high'
Defence Forces available 'at all times' to respond to wildfires as warning issued
EU Commissioner says auto-enrol pensions should be 'transparent' about climate sustainability
Rewilding row: Green minister warns of ‘horrible conservative scaremongering’ on EU nature law
Agriculture accounted for almost 40% of greenhouse gas emissions in 2020
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
EU doubles firefighting aircraft fleet ahead of hot and dry summer
Geneva airport briefly closed as climate activists stage protest against private jet fair
Climate change protesters delay Shell AGM for over an hour trying to storm stage
Degraded land in Dublin mountains to be restored under new biodiversity project