What will Ireland's climate look like in 2050?
Enda O'Brien and Alastair McKinstry discuss climate change with the Irish Times. Their comments are based on our recent climate models for Ireland.
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More flooding is probably the “biggest change” Ireland will experience by the 2050s, according to climate scientists at the Irish Centre for High End Computing (ICHEC).