Ireland

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Two construction workers working on railway tracks.
Last week Iarnród Éireann, Ireland’s national rail operator announced it needs 230 million euros to protect the Dublin-Rosslare line from the effects of climate change.
TheMayor.EU
Using data visualization capabilities, a 3D image highlights flooding risk over the Central Area of Dublin by the year 2100 – with over 8,500 buildings affected by coastal flooding, with an average depth of 1.7 meters.
Cervest
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2022
This research presents a methodology to extract relevant information from multiple sources post-event and a database building process that is applied to two contrasting estuaries in the Western European coastal area.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

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2015

This Framework enables An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive and Local Authorities to prepare for and make a co-ordinated response to major emergencies resulting from events such as fires, transport accidents, hazardous substance incidents and

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2018

The National Adaptation Framework (NAF) sets out the national strategy to reduce the vulnerability of the country to the negative effects of climate change and to avail of positive impacts.

The NAF builds on the work already carried out under the

Ireland - government
2012

A framework that provides the policy context for a strategic national adaptation response to climate change in Ireland and is designed to evolve over time as planning and implementation progresses, as further evidence becomes available. It provides a

Ireland - government

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