Watch Jennifer McElwain MRIA explore past climates, atmospheres and landscapes with fossil plants to inform a sustainable future in the second of the Royal Irish Academy's Sustainability Series of public lectures.
How academics, members of the public and policy makers can work together to research solutions to climate change challenges. Find out more in this blog by Dr Paul Bolger, UCC.
If you missed the first lecture in our Sustainability Lecture series: Challenges and Opportunities for Science in Society you can watch it now.
Deadline extended to midnight, 27 February for applications for new members of multidisciplinary committees for the 2022 to 2026 term.
The RIA white paper, ‘Better together: Knowledge co-production for a sustainable society’, provides an overview of knowledge co-production for sustainability and environmental research in Ireland; highlights the...
In the sixth in this series of Climate Conversations held on 24 November 2021, Professor Matthew Saunders gave a talk on Ireland's Grasslands and Carbon.
Symposium exploring how the Irish research system can increase the impact of sustainability research through co-production of knowledge
In the fifth in this series of Climate Conversations, Dr Florence Renou-Wilson discussed the role Irish peatlands can play in climate mitigation.
Availability of a secure supply of clean water is a necessity that comes at a high cost, but has an as yet unrealised value. Find out more in this blog by Professor Fiona Regan, DCU.
RIA author John Sweeney reflects on climate and society in modern Ireland in the latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy.
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