Positive Step: Decline in Ireland’s 2022, yet Significant Efforts Needed Ahead

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Ireland has released its provisional greenhouse gas emissions report for 2022, revealing an overall decrease of 1.9% compared to the previous year. The figures indicate positive strides in emission reduction across key sectors, except for the Transport sector. Key Points: In conclusion, while Ireland celebrates a reduction in overall…

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Why Carbon Dioxide Holds Significance: Earth’s Crucial Greenhouse Gas

Why carbon dioxide matters Carbon dioxide stands as Earth’s paramount greenhouse gas, distinguishing itself by its capacity to absorb and emit heat. In contrast to prevalent atmospheric gases like oxygen and nitrogen, which constitute the majority of our air, greenhouse gases possess the unique ability to absorb heat radiating from the Earth’s surface and subsequently…

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Alarming Findings Point to Urgent Need for Global Climate Action

International Report from COP28 Highlights Dire Climate Warning and Challenges in Achieving Net Zero The annual Global Carbon Budget, presented at the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP28) in Dubai, paints a stark picture of the world’s environmental challenges. The report, authored by Dr. Pep Canadell, Executive Director of the Global Carbon Project, and…

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Factory Emissions Accelerate

Factory Emissions Accelerate Climate Change, Urgent Global Action Needed

In a groundbreaking study released today, scientists have unveiled compelling evidence highlighting the significant role that industrial factories play in accelerating climate change. The research, conducted over several years, underscores the urgent need for global cooperation to address the environmental repercussions of unchecked industrial emissions. The study, led by an international team of climate scientists,…

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