A popular outdoor gathering spot was left in dire conditions after the warm weather on Friday.
One Dublin-based DJ captured photos of rubbish left along the canal at Portobello last night.
Images captured by Niall D'Arcy show bins overflowing with rubbish and items scattered along the pathway.
Bottles, cans, food wrappers, cardboard boxes, napkins and food waste were the remnants of Friday's soaring temperatures as hundreds gathered along the canal to soak up the sunshine.
The absolute STATE of the canal. What is wrong with people? Either put your rubbish in a bin or bring it with you pic.twitter.com/ctY9IQwNCN— DJ Deece (@DJDeece) April 21, 2018
Temperatures on Friday reached 18C degrees and many took advantage of the warmer-than-average April weather to eat and drink outdoors.
Local Green Party councillor, Claire Byrne, said more needs to be done to encourage people to clean up after themselves,
"It's great to see people out and about, finally, it's been a long and cold winter but leaving behind rubblish isn't right.
"The small number of bins along the canal aren't sufficient to deal with the excess rubbish that accumulate when people are outdoors enjoying the good weather.
"I just returned from a two-hour clean-up around the city, focusing on the Grand Canal, Royal Canal and the Dodder. That stretch is really clean now but we shouldn't have to rely on volunteers to keep our city clean.
"There's an issue with people not cleaning up after themselves. My mind boggles, I can't understand why they don't just do it. But, you do need to make it easy for people.
"The council should be putting out additional bins during sunny periods to cope. We need to provide more infrastructure and we need stronger awareness campaigns.
"It's something I'll be bringing up at the Environment Strategic Policy Committee next Thursday."
It was hailed as one of the finest wildlife television series ever made and at the end of the final episode of BBC's Blue Planet 2 last December, David Attenborough issued a plea: "The future of humanity - and all life - now depends on us."