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The new IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC, released last month, is a genuin
Water crises can destroy livelihoods and spark wars, WRI Managing Director Manish Bapna told a UN Security Council forum convened by the Netherlands.
While G20 countries produce 75 percent of world's emissions, only a small handful have a plan for reducing them between now and 2050—but those that do gain an economic
In an increasingly water-stressed world, many countries and regions face the risk of political instability or conflict over water.
If global meat and dairy consumption increase nearly 70 percent by 2050, as projected, agricultural emissions alone would make it impossible to keep temperature rise b
New research from the world's leading climate scientists finds that annual emissions must drop by half by 2030 to limit average temperature rise to 1.5˚C.
This policy brief is a summary of a longer background
Produced by the Government of Ireland, this background paper highlights the linkages between gender equality and climate change.
Under the Food security and global framework for climate services, Irish Aid supported a pilot project;Improvement of Agro-meteorological and climate information to en
In March 2017, Irish Aid procured a consultancy for external professional services on climate finance, including research, analysis and expert technical support for th