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Dublin under water is inevitable over the coming decades

A catastrophic storm during high tide which will leave thousands of homes, businesses and landmar...

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10.36 4 Nov 2019


Dublin under water is inevitable over the coming decades


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10.36 4 Nov 2019


A catastrophic storm during high tide which will leave thousands of homes, businesses and landmark buildings in Dublin under water is inevitable over the coming decades, one of the country’s foremost climate change experts has warned. Peter Thorne, Climatologist and professor of physical geography in the Department of Geography, Maynooth University, Joined us to discuss.


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