Climate change

Paris is a 'City of Two Tales' for Enda : A view from COP21 from Oisín Coghlan

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comms
02 december 2015

Today's Guest Blogger is Oisín Coghlan, Director of Friends of the Earth. Oisín is in Paris as a civil society observer at the UN Climate Conference. Here he gives his view on Taoiseach Enda Kenny's comments at COP21. Read more

5 Things You Need to Know About the Climate Conference in Paris

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comms
24 november 2015

The Climate Conference in Paris (COP21) is set to go ahead as planned later this month. Read more

Irish NGOs write to Government calling for more action on Development Finance

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Media
03 march 2015

“This year the international community will make critical decisions in three processes that will shape the future of our planet and of human kind. The outcomes of these three processes and summits will have an impact on the lives of millions people... Read more

2015 needs to become the beginning of an era

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Media
05 january 2015

Guest post by Gabriele Koehler On New Year’s Day, one tends to look ahead. Everyone hopes that 2015 will be a less painful year than 2014 with its horrifying trends in poverty, disparities, climate-change induced tragedies, and man-made misdirected f... Read more

Are we ready for 'Climate Smart Agriculture'?

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Media
01 october 2014

With demand for food set to increase 60 per cent by 2050, world leaders, major corporations and civil society met at the United Nations Climate Summit on 23 September 2014, and pledged commitments to transform agricultural practices by increasing pro... Read more