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# TGIP Climate

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The Good Information Podcast: Climate change - are our targets even ambitious enough?
Weathering the storm: Where does Ireland go from here on climate change?
'We've made tough decisions': How Bord na Móna became worth €1.25 billion in less than two years
Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?
What is the Common Agricultural Policy, and how is it being changed to tackle climate change?
How do you solve a problem like Ireland's cows?
'We have to pull the brake': Wales has suspended building roads for the climate. Should Ireland?
'This COP cannot save the world': Will this year's UN climate summit have a dramatic outcome?
Analysis: The argument that Ireland is too small to take climate action doesn’t hold up
‘A cold lesson for farmers’: Panelists say agriculture must lower emissions but sector needs support
Watch our LIVE event: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?
Ireland split on whether to build a nuclear power station for clean energy
COP26: 'If you allow yourself to feel it, the heartbreak and the injustice is hard to bear'
Climate change 'not a hypothetical threat', Biden tells COP26 summit
Live from Athlone: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?
Majority of us have made personal changes for the climate, but not as many are confident it's enough
The world's most crucial climate summit is starting - sign up to get our daily newsletter
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
Is it possible to do a Covid-like count of deaths due to climate change? 'It's very, very difficult'
Open Thread: Tell us what you want to know about the COP26 Climate Change Conference?
'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?
Opinion: The climate crisis will cost us money, but way more money if we wait any longer
Dr Shana Cohen
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
Watch: The climate crisis and COP26 - Open Newsroom
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?
The people trying to rewild Ireland, bit by bit, after years of neat, cut grass
'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?