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Eamon Ryan, former Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, and leader of the Green Party, gives his reaction to developments at the Paris climate summit
We tend to think of climate change as something which happens very slowly. perhaps over centuries, causing sea levels to rise a little perhaps or winter storms to get a ...
Professor Mark Johnson, of the Ryan Institute and one of the authors of the report, discusses the risk posed to fish stocks as the temperature of our oceans rises
Farming is the highest contributor to Ireland's Greenhouse Gas emission total, but as Ireland is heavily dependent on agriculture, there will be no additional penalty imposed by the EU, under ...
The latest report from the UN’s panel on climate change revealed that carbon emissions are now at the “highest rate in human history”, a stark statistic that does not bode ...
The open-air concert A Nation's Voice, featuring the choral work 'One Hundred Years a Nation', that took place at Collins Barracks in March 2016.
Climate change has already affected the global food supply and is contributing to wars and natural disasters. These are among the conclusions of the fifth assessment report of the UN’s ...
By Paddy Woodworth (University of Chicago Press) Manmade input to the environment has historically been given a short shrift. Where there is man, there is damage. But in his new ...
The UN Climate Change Conference in Warsaw closed last month, and as with previous summits the world has seen lots of talking about a globally-binding agreement on cutting carbon emissions, ...
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