People in Ireland continue to be positive about benefits of climate action - Feb 27 2024, 10:00 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published initial results from the second wave of its ‘Climate Change in the Irish Mind’ project (CCIM). This work was undertaken by the EPA and the Yale University Program on Climate Change Communication in support of the National Dialogue on Climate Action.

Galway’s citizen scientists find low levels of air pollution from traffic in 7 out of 10 locations studied. Clean Air Together Galway City – The Results! - Feb 22 2024, 3:54 PM
In October and November 2023, more than 300 citizen scientists measured levels of the harmful air pollutant, Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), in Galway city as part of the Clean Air Together Galway City project.

Aimsíonn eolaithe saoránaigh leibhéil ísle aerthruaillithe a thagann ón trácht in 7 as 10 suíomh a rinneadh sampláil orthu. Aer Glan Le Chéile Chathair na Gaillimhe – Na Torthaí! - Feb 22 2024, 3:45 PM
I mí Dheireadh Fómhair agus i mí na Samhna 2023, thomhais os cionn 300 eolaí saoránaigh leibhéil an truailleáin aeir dhíobhálaigh, Dé-ocsaíd Nítrigine (NO2), i gCathair na Gaillimhe mar chuid den tionscadal Aer Glan Le Chéile Chathair na Gaillimhe.

EPA announces funding of €14.3m for new research to address climate and environmental challenges - Feb 14 2024, 11:00 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced new funding for Environmental and climate research in Ireland, with funding of €14.3 million awarded for 33 new research projects.

EPA’s Review of 2023 showcases work to address environmental challenges - Jan 31 2024, 1:00 PM
In its 2023 Highlights the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) showcases its work in addressing environmental challenges across Ireland.

The evidence is clear: Climate change is happening. Immediate and sustained actions are likely to have widespread benefits. - Jan 25 2024, 11:30 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published Ireland’s first Climate Change Assessment Report (ICCA). This major scientific assessment serves to complement and localise the global assessments undertaken by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Its findings build upon these assessments and add important local and national context.