Fighting the rising tides

  Cork city has experienced regular and violent flooding for many years. The southern city is built on gravel and sand, and works like a big sponge. It sits on islands and marsh, right where the river Lee meets the ocean. During storm surges, heavy rainfall, and high tides, the groundwater beneath the city rises […]

Lessons from the COP21 Agreement come home as College hosts climate discussion

Paul Melia, the environmental editor of The Irish Independent described his own experience at COP21, and how a real “ground swell”, and desire for climate change could be sensed from the public.

TCDSU to participate in Dublin climate march

The march is part of a wider day of campaigning taking place across the world.

Irish hurricanes, landslides and tsunamis: a frightening forecast

As the sun sets on a summer to remember, Ailis O’Carroll considers the extremes of the Irish climate.

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