Department of Environment, Community and Local Government looks after:
|Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government,Custom House, Dublin 1.
Tel (01) 888 2000
Fax (01) 888 2888
Ardcavan Business Park,Wexford.
LoCall 1890 20 20 21
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for:
PO Box 3000
Johnstown Castle Estate
Lo Call: 1890 335599
Opening hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Reception hours: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Local Administration are involved in:
|Contact information for your local authority is on the local administration page.|
|The Irish Climate Analysis and Research Unit (ICARUS) was established in order to improve our scientific understanding of climate change and its impacts, with particular emphasis on Ireland. It provides key climate services, solutions, data and advice to the scientific community, policy makers and community at large.||
Dr. Rowan Fealy
Dr. John Sweeney
|Flood Hazard Maps show information about places that may be at risk from flooding. They are responsible for showing reports, photographs, newspaper articles and other information about reported floods. They also provide the service of searching for flood information in any locality or region.|
|The Irish Flood Warning System will provide online warning of floods around the country. Currently a Flood Warning System for the Munster Blackwater is being developed. A live website has been designed so that water levels are updated approximately every two hours.||
Prof. Ger Kiely
|Ireland's climate can be tracked with the help of Met Éireann, the Irish National Meteorological Service. It is under the umbrella of the DOEHLG and is responsible for charting weather patterns and related services for Ireland.||
Combat Climate Change is part of the Sustainable Energy Ireland group and is responsible for providing information to help the general public understand what climate change is, and how you can take action to combat it. They also provide an energy calculator.
|Sustainable Energy Ireland
Tel Lo Call 1850 376 666
|The Community Climate Change Consortium for Ireland (C4I) Project was established in 2003. Based in the headquarters of Met Éireann it aims to consolidate and intensify the national effort in climate change research.||
Power of One is Ireland’s energy efficiency programme. It promotes good energy use in the home, work place and school. The programme is linked to the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.
|Greenhouse Ireland Action Network is a resource service for news and updates on climate change. It features a clickable map and carbon calculator, with up-to-date press releases.||www.grian.ie|
|Friends of the Earth are responsible for campaigning for environmental justice and sustainability. In Ireland their top priority is to ensure everyone does their fair share to prevent climate change. They have campaigns, news and a blog.|
|ECO-UNESCO is Ireland 's Environmental Education and Youth Organisation and it aims to raise environmental awareness, understanding and knowledge of the environment among young people. www.stopclimatechaos.ie is connected.||
|Comhar – Sustainable Development Council is the forum for national consultation on all issues relating to sustainable development. It is responsible for
adding value to existing work being done by other bodies and coming to informed and balanced perspectives and recommendations.
|Comhar - Sustainable Development Council
17, St. Andrew Street ,
Tel (01) 888 3990 Lo Call (1890) 200 327
Fax (01) 888 3999
|The Centre for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) promotes all sections of society working together to tackle climate change.||
The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions,
|Climate Action Network (CAN) is a worldwide network working to promote Government and individual action to limit man made climate change.||
Climate Action Network - International
IWEA is the national association for the wind industry in Ireland. They are committed to the education and awareness of using sustainable energy systems in Ireland and thus contributing to a cleaner environment with the benefits of non fossil fuels.
|Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which produces important reports.||
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