Tagged with: climatechange


Here, there, and everywhere!

Chythenyen Devika Kulasekaran 14/03/2022

Global inflation has reached its highest level since 2008. As per a Swiss Re report, climate change is expected to reduce global economic output by 11-14 percent by 2050, amounting to up to $23 trillion. According to a new study by UCL researchers, by 2100, the GDP could be 37% lower than it would be without the effects of global warming. Climate …



Climate action income supplement could alleviate costs of transitioning to carbon zero future

Shana Cohen 03/03/2022

The rise in oil prices and the recent IPCC report, which stresses that we have very little time to mitigate against the worst effects of climate …

Government’s new climate bill falls short of climate leadership

Sean McCabe 08/10/2020

The much-anticipated Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2020, published this week, was to be a significant moment in the …

Financing Just Transition in the North of Ireland

Seán Fearon 10/08/2020

Squaring the Circle - Financing the Just Transition in the north of IrelandA significant but narrowing gap in the Irish just transition literature is …

Food, health, and climate policy post-COVID-19

Tom Arnold 26/05/2020

As countries emerge from the worst ravages of Covid-19, governments face crucial decisions on balancing the health of citizens with the re-opening of …

Lost in percentages

Sean McCabe 11/05/2020

  Time is running out There remains only a small window of opportunity to enact the necessary climate action required to avoid catastrophic …

We can’t say we haven’t been warned!

Sean McCabe 16/08/2019

Two significant reports were published in the past fortnight. The first was released to much clamour and made headlines around the world. The second …

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