Authorites will be able to target households not separating food properly under new laws
We had our hottest day of the year on Wednesday with a sizzling 30 degrees
Resident Josepha Madigan says decision over five storey project ‘a victory’
New housing regulations a ‘shock to anyone who stopped building in 2007’
Dangers of deep and fast-flowing waters highlighted as temperatures soar
Simon Coveney approves the €25m development of Dolphin House flat complex
State still set to be one of only two member countries to fall short of mark by 2020
US agencies Nasa and Noaa say last month was hottest June since records began in 1880
One study counted 118 insect species visiting hogweed, some for copulation. Such insect orgies are common to many umbellifers
A devil’s coach horse, a trapped crow and a death’s head hawkmoth
Earth star mushrooms, tar spots, pheasants and spaniels
Can ordinary people do anything practical to slow down climate change? On Girley Bog, near Kells in Co Meath, you can get very wet finding out
Lots of places say they have green credentials or take a smart approach to the environment, but their claims don’t always stack up. To be truly liveable, cities need human-scale architecture and busy public spaces
A senior American marine expert is alarmed by misinformation about climate change and by weak leadership, but he refuses to give in to pessimism
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