John Gibbons: How one tycoon’s mendacity has dragged us to the age of extinction
The world’s worst climate denier is now launching an editorial campaign supporting a carbon-neutral future in an attempt to rehabilitate his image. It won’t wash
Rupert Murdoch “isn’t just an Australian problem, or even an Anglosphere one”, according to Kevin Rudd. The former prime minister of Murdoch’s native Australia is of the view that the media tycoon has become a “a planetary problem”.
Such acute criticism might usually be dismissed as politically motivated. But Rudd’s take is shared by Malcolm Turnbull, another former Australian prime minister, but from the opposite end of...
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Almost 1% of Ireland’s electricity was nuclear-generated last year
Some 16% of the energy imported from Britain in 2020 came from nuclear power
Ireland’s window to tackle climate crisis closing, Eamon Ryan says
Green Party leader will tell Oireachtas committee there is ‘ever greater certainty about climate change and ever greater urgency about the need to tackle it’
‘Very real challenge’ for Ireland to stay within carbon budgets
Chair of the Climate Change Advisory Council has responded to Business Post reports detailing the national carbon budgets due to be published this week
New wildlife crime unit will take ‘zero tolerance’ approach
Up to six people will work with An Garda Síochána to tackle our ‘biodiversity emergency’ and help prevent destruction of the environment