Climate Research Coordination Group

The Climate Research Coordination Group is identified in the government’s climate policies as the body representing the key actors in Irelands’ climate change-related research activity. The Climate Research Coordination Group reports annually on its activities and provides an assessment and synthesis of key findings from the research programme and wider research activities every 5 years.

The members of the Climate Research Coordination Group are listed in Table below (as of August 2020).

Climate Research Coordination Group
Central Statistics Office
City and County Managers Association
Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC)
Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine
Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation
Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment
Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht - Built Heritage and Architectural Policy Unit
Department of the Taoiseach
Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport
Enterprise Ireland
Environmental Protection Agency 
Health Service Executive
Irish Environmental Network
Irish Research Council
Irish Water
Marine Institute
Met Éireann
National Parks and Wildlife Services
National Transport Authority
National Treasury Management Agency
National Economic and Social Council
Northern Ireland Environment Agency
Office of the Planning Regulator
Office of Public Works
Science Foundation Ireland
Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
Sustainable Northern Ireland


Read more about the Annual Reports of Activities of the Climate Research Coordination Group