The United Nations’ crucial climate change conference gets under way this week in Dubai. Reporter Clodagh Walsh spoke to lecturer in Health related Social and Environmental Sciences at SETU, Elaine Mullan to find out exactly what COP 28 is and why it’s so important.
This Week Midlands 103 looked at the work of the Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) The Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) is an independent body that advises governments and policymakers on issues related to climate change. Mission: The CCAC advises governments and policymakers on climate change policies, offering guidance to mitigate and adapt […]
Listen back to this week’s episode as Midlands 103 examine the Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) which is an independent body that advises governments and policymakers on issues related to climate change. For more in this series listen in to Midlands 103 every Thursday at 11.20am.
This week Highland Radio spoke to Change Makers Donegal about their Sustainability Passport. Did you know? Change Makers work hard to raise awareness of local and global development issues with adults across County Donegal. They have recently launched their sustainability passport initiative. You can collect five sustainability passports in total under the 5 routes! […]
In 2015, members of the community in Dunleer in County Louth came together to establish the Dunleer Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) a member of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) SEC network. The Group’s vision was to provide leadership to communities on addressing the challenges of climate change through informing people on actions they […]
In the latest episode of Ours To Protect, Orla takes a trip to Seal Rescue Ireland based along the east coast of Ireland in Courtown, Co. Wexford to learn more about their work rehabilitating seals and their replanting efforts to help combat climate change. For more in this series listen in to BEAT every Thursday […]
On this week’s show we talked with Mary O’Sullivan of Ad Net Zero Ad Net Zero – the advertising industry’s drive to reduce the carbon impact of developing, producing and running advertising to real net zero. Ad Net Zero in Ireland is driven by all the key trade bodies and organisations in the […]
On this week’s show we talked to Collette McEntee from Feminist Communities for Climate Justice Feminist Communities for Climate Justice is a campaign for climate justice that reflects feminist and community work values. We mobilise communities, ensuring social inclusion and equality are central to climate policies and programmes. This partnership between the National Women’s Council […]
This week Tipp FM looked at the possibility that climate change could be behind our problems with water. As thousands of households in Tipperary grapple with rolling boil water notices and outages, one expert believes we never recovered from the drought of 2018 and fears that more problems with water could be on the […]
This week Dublin’s Q102 spoke to environmentalist Duncan Stewart about Ireland’s impact on climate change. Did you know… Duncan Stewart was awarded the Freedom of Dublin award alongside Great Thunberg in June. He was the first environmentalist to receive the award. Ireland is not on track to reach its 2030 Climate Action Plan targets. Ireland’s […]