There's a big spotlight on farming in terms of climate change, according to Teagasc.
The agriculture and food development authority work directly with farmers in the south east to help them improve their water quality, soil, biodiversity and greenhouse gas emissions.
The government has agreed to a global goal to reduce methane emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
Bridget Lynch, who works with the organisations, says the agriculture sector is doing its part in tackling climate change.
Speaking to Beat News, she says the issue goes beyond farming:
"Sometimes it seems like there's a big spotlight on the agriculture and farming community and what changes they can make but I think there's a lot we can do in our everyday lives.
Maybe re-evaluate travel plans, our holidays, we're coming up to Christmas and it certainly made me think about all the things we've gotten used to buying."
She says everyone should become a little bit of a 'science head as understanding the science behind climate change might push them to make a difference;
"The pandemic has made us tune into the science behind the virus and the vaccines. Everyone has wanted information and to understand it, so I think that as we go on, the likes of climate change and changes in our environment that there's science behind that and to be informed and know what's happening."