• 15 June 2023

Climate science shows we have options, and that we can and must change


The future is not prescribed, and fatalism is not an option

Thank you to The Irish Times for putting our three-day climate adaptation conference in the spotlight in today’s issue (15.06.2023). This is a crucial topic, especially for Ireland which has a pro-active adaptation agenda, and everyone involved in ECCA2023 is delighted to be bringing the conference to Dublin, June 19th-21st. Many thanks to Kevin O’Sullivan, Environment and Science Editor of the Irish Times, for his support. We all look forward to meeting our Irish hosts, sponsors, speakers, presenters and audiences at Dublin Castle next week!

Read the article here The Irish Times


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