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. …
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.
On Wednesday evening a public discussion entitled “Ways Forward: Considering the COP21 Agreement – The beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age” took place in College. Participants were invited to respond to and analyse COP21 – the 21st …
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
Asked to picture Irish weather, a dull and depressing image of the rainclouds that have so recently began to fill our skies, signaling the end of our glorious summer, would most probably fill the majority of Irish …