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With the effects of climate change being witnessed worldwide, recent research emphasises that its impact is not only evident on a worldwide scale but is also making its presence felt right at our doorstep. The new findings from the Climate Research Centre at Maynooth University, ICARUS, shows compelling evidence that humans are changing Ireland’s climate. […]
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South Dublin County Council (SDCC) have opened the Community Climate Action Programme (CCAP) for expressions of interest. The application window is open for 12 weeks from Wednesday 13th December and will remain open until 6th March 2024. Funding of €1.073m is available for local, not-for-profit community groups and organisations over an initial 18-month period to
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A visionary new climate action arts project responding to the ecological, cultural, industrial and historical heritage of Cork’s Glen River Park launches in the city this Friday, September 22nd. The project titled ‘Gleann a’ Phúca’ – referring to the fact the area was once known as ‘Glen of the Spooks’ – aims to celebrate, protect […]
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Join the Online Information Session for Trinity College Dublin’s School of Engineering Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering for Climate Action Climate change is undeniably one of the most pressing challenges of our time. The need for innovative solutions and skilled professionals who can tackle the complex issues arising from climate change has never been greater.
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The vital work of Donegal County Council’s employees and the role they are playing in our county’s fight to tackle climate change is being highlighted for this year’s Your Council Day, which takes place on Friday 1st July. Across social media, #YourCouncilDay will showcase the work of our committed and passionate local authority employees who are […]