Counting down on climate change: where do we stand?
A new book written by climate experts spells out Ireland’s readiness – or lack of it – to address the issue of climate change. Here, four of them reveal what we can expect to see happen in the coming decade
What a strange and remarkable ten months it has been in the area of climate change. In 2020, thanks to the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic, economies around the world were put into induced comas, meaning that global energy-related emissions were reduced by record measures, presenting a rare opportunity to arrest the momentum of global warming. At the same time, the pandemic pushed climate change down the public policy agenda, just as it was beginning...
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Eamon Ryan’s 5 Degrees of Change: ‘The plan we are going to develop will be ambitious beyond compare’
From finally buying an electric car to setting up a district heating agency, the Environment Minister, details his personal and political priorities for the latest episode of the
Hotel earned €20,000 selling power from hydroelectric turbine to national grid
Excess green energy provided The Falls Hotel in Co Clare with an income when it was shut due to Covid-19 restrictions