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Fall in 2020 GHG emissions as a result of the pandemic
Will working from home help save the environment?
RTE Radio 1 Drivetime interview with Philip Boucher-Hayes
No traffic on the roads means carbon emissions have 'plummeted'

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Climate debate being poisoned by agriculture’s manufactured doubt and division

 EV (1)

EV rollout must be accelerated to decarbonise transport

 GHGs (1)

Fall in 2020 GHG emissions as a result of the pandemic

 GWP (2)

New 'Ag Climatise' strategy for agriculture does not go far enough
The implications of alternative warming metrics for national climate targets

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‘Car bloat’ is driving climate change and making roads less safe

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Ask the Scientists - Ask Us Anything

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Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?

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Radio interview on COP28 and agriculture emissions
Two degrees is too high for ice sheets, permafrost and glaciers
Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?
Beef is neither environmentally nor economically sustainable - Why are we subsidising it for export?
Future Island live on RTE - Agriculture Emissions
Climate debate being poisoned by agriculture’s manufactured doubt and division
Irish food industry could contribute to innovative transformation by pioneering animal-free meat
Food production and land use must shift to meet climate targets
New 'Ag Climatise' strategy for agriculture does not go far enough
The implications of alternative warming metrics for national climate targets

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It is not clear if Green Party’s emissions reduction target is feasible
1.1 billion people still lack electricity. This could be the solution

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Inside Politics Podcast - Can we reduce carbon emissions by 7 percent per year?

 biofuels (2)

Delaying climate action could make carbon budgets infeasible
The trouble with renewable diesel

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Rooftop solar PV - we are at the cusp of a seismic shift in energy
EV rollout must be accelerated to decarbonise transport
Commuting choices

 carbon (4)

Ask the Scientists - Ask Us Anything
New 'Ag Climatise' strategy for agriculture does not go far enough
The implications of alternative warming metrics for national climate targets
Submission to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action on pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Climate Action bill

 carbon budget (1)

The role of carbon budgets in translating the Paris Agreement into national climate policy

 carbon budgets (1)

The role of carbon budgets in translating the Paris Agreement into national climate policy

 carbonbudget (1)

Is Ireland taking too much of the global carbon budget?

 climate (46)

Climate denial is finding stealthier ways to extend its influence
Hope in the face of climate change
Radio interview on COP28 and agriculture emissions
Two degrees is too high for ice sheets, permafrost and glaciers
The great contradiction in Ireland’s response to a warming world
‘Car bloat’ is driving climate change and making roads less safe
Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?
Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?
Green hydrogen - cause for hope or hype?
Delaying climate action could make carbon budgets infeasible
The trouble with renewable diesel
Short-term climate action should be compatible with long-term aims
Reimagining the school run for a sustainable future
A big shift away from car-centric transport will greatly improve quality of life
Eight steps to immediately accelerate climate action
Future Island live on RTE - Agriculture Emissions
COP27 media coverage
Natural gas is a bridge to nowhere
Ireland needs bold action now to keep first carbon budget within reach
Road space in our cities must be given over to bikes and public transport – not private cars
Irish food industry could contribute to innovative transformation by pioneering animal-free meat
Commuting choices
If climate neutrality is a journey, what is our map?
Sustainable energy is the golden thread
Is Ireland taking too much of the global carbon budget?
Urgency of the sustainable energy transition
Implications of energy crisis for sustainable energy
Time to reassess what is sufficient for a good life
Getting the right balance of ‘who pays’ will be key to plan’s success
Meeting Ireland's global warming obligations will require a transformational change to our mindset
Food production and land use must shift to meet climate targets
Decarbonising transport with electric vehicles
Meeting the challenge of climate neutrality in transport
Fall in 2020 GHG emissions as a result of the pandemic
Ask the Scientists - Ask Us Anything
New 'Ag Climatise' strategy for agriculture does not go far enough
The implications of alternative warming metrics for national climate targets
Submission to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action on pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Climate Action bill
The World Energy Outlook for a net-zero emissions energy system by 2050 – what insights for Ireland?
The green recovery has two wheels – or a 'false dawn'?
The role of carbon budgets in translating the Paris Agreement into national climate policy
Will working from home help save the environment?
RTE Radio 1 Drivetime interview with Philip Boucher-Hayes
It is not clear if Green Party’s emissions reduction target is feasible
No traffic on the roads means carbon emissions have 'plummeted'
Inside Politics Podcast - Can we reduce carbon emissions by 7 percent per year?

 column (23)

Climate denial is finding stealthier ways to extend its influence
Hope in the face of climate change
Two degrees is too high for ice sheets, permafrost and glaciers
The great contradiction in Ireland’s response to a warming world
‘Car bloat’ is driving climate change and making roads less safe
Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?
Green hydrogen - cause for hope or hype?
Delaying climate action could make carbon budgets infeasible
The trouble with renewable diesel
Short-term climate action should be compatible with long-term aims
EV rollout must be accelerated to decarbonise transport
Reimagining the school run for a sustainable future
Beef is neither environmentally nor economically sustainable - Why are we subsidising it for export?
Energy storage and flexibility is the new frontier of zero-carbon electricity
Eight steps to immediately accelerate climate action
Natural gas is a bridge to nowhere
Ireland needs bold action now to keep first carbon budget within reach
Climate debate being poisoned by agriculture’s manufactured doubt and division
Road space in our cities must be given over to bikes and public transport – not private cars
Irish food industry could contribute to innovative transformation by pioneering animal-free meat
If climate neutrality is a journey, what is our map?
Sustainable energy is the golden thread
Is Ireland taking too much of the global carbon budget?

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Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?

 electricity (1)

Rooftop solar PV - we are at the cusp of a seismic shift in energy

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1.1 billion people still lack electricity. This could be the solution
Webinar - 2017 Energy Access Outlook

 food (4)

Radio interview on COP28 and agriculture emissions
Two degrees is too high for ice sheets, permafrost and glaciers
Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?
Irish food industry could contribute to innovative transformation by pioneering animal-free meat

 fossil fuels (1)

Natural gas is a bridge to nowhere

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Green hydrogen - cause for hope or hype?

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Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?

 interview (1)

RTE Radio 1 Drivetime interview with Philip Boucher-Hayes

 land (1)

Food production and land use must shift to meet climate targets

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Radio interview on COP28 and agriculture emissions
Future Island live on RTE - Agriculture Emissions
COP27 media coverage
The green recovery has two wheels – or a 'false dawn'?

 modelling (1)

If climate neutrality is a journey, what is our map?

 net-zero (1)

Why did the EPA delete a tweet about eating meat?

 oped (6)

A big shift away from car-centric transport will greatly improve quality of life
Ireland must play its part in ending Europe’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels
Time to reassess what is sufficient for a good life
Getting the right balance of ‘who pays’ will be key to plan’s success
Meeting Ireland's global warming obligations will require a transformational change to our mindset
Food production and land use must shift to meet climate targets

 policy (18)

A big shift away from car-centric transport will greatly improve quality of life
Eight steps to immediately accelerate climate action
Ireland needs bold action now to keep first carbon budget within reach
Ireland must play its part in ending Europe’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels
Implications of energy crisis for sustainable energy
Time to reassess what is sufficient for a good life
Meeting Ireland's global warming obligations will require a transformational change to our mindset
Decarbonising transport with electric vehicles
Meeting the challenge of climate neutrality in transport
New 'Ag Climatise' strategy for agriculture does not go far enough
The implications of alternative warming metrics for national climate targets
Submission to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action on pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Climate Action bill
The role of carbon budgets in translating the Paris Agreement into national climate policy
The World Energy Outlook for a net-zero emissions energy system by 2050 – what insights for Ireland?
The green recovery has two wheels – or a 'false dawn'?
The role of carbon budgets in translating the Paris Agreement into national climate policy
It is not clear if Green Party’s emissions reduction target is feasible
Inside Politics Podcast - Can we reduce carbon emissions by 7 percent per year?

 power (1)

Energy storage and flexibility is the new frontier of zero-carbon electricity

 radio (2)

Radio interview on COP28 and agriculture emissions
Urgency of the sustainable energy transition

 security (3)

Urgency of the sustainable energy transition
Ireland must play its part in ending Europe’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels
Implications of energy crisis for sustainable energy

 society (2)

Time to reassess what is sufficient for a good life
Meeting Ireland's global warming obligations will require a transformational change to our mindset

 solar (1)

Rooftop solar PV - we are at the cusp of a seismic shift in energy

 transformation (1)

The great contradiction in Ireland’s response to a warming world

 transport (10)

‘Car bloat’ is driving climate change and making roads less safe
Short-term climate action should be compatible with long-term aims
EV rollout must be accelerated to decarbonise transport
Reimagining the school run for a sustainable future
Road space in our cities must be given over to bikes and public transport – not private cars
Commuting choices
Decarbonising transport with electric vehicles
Meeting the challenge of climate neutrality in transport
Will working from home help save the environment?
No traffic on the roads means carbon emissions have 'plummeted'

 webinar (1)

Webinar - 2017 Energy Access Outlook