One of the highlights of the DCAW21 Programme includes a Climate Action Panel Discussion with the Chief Executives of the four Dublin local authorities, taking place online on Tuesday 14th September 2021 at 10am. A number of online film screenings are planned and outdoor climate film screenings will take place at venues across Dublin.There are also a range of family events, including workshops for children and guided walks in public parks.
The Cathaoirleach of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, the Mayors of South Dublin County Council and Fingal County Council, and the Lord Mayor of Dublin City Council, have jointly stated in the online Programme Promotional Video:
The Dublin Region is acting on climate change causes and impacts, and we are making positive changes. We’ve organised Dublin's first ever Climate Action Week, to showcase our climate action progress to the people of Dublin and elsewhere. We’ve launched an exciting programme of events across a range of themes. There is something for everyone. You can register for these events on our Dublin Climate Action Week website www.dublinclimateactionweek.ie. We invite you to join us. Discover more about acting on climate change so we are all Taking Action, Together’.
The week is being organised and delivered by the partnership of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, South Dublin County Council, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, Codema – Dublin’s Energy Agency and the Dublin Climate Action Regional Office (CARO). The overall vision of Dublin Climate Action Week 2021 is – ‘to highlight Dublin’s climate action progress to its citizens and demonstrate the leadership role of the four local authorities in conjunction with other partners’.
The agreed shared objectives of the initiative are:
• Demonstrate progress on the implementation of the four Dublin local authority Climate Change Action Plans and a regional approach to climate action;
• Engage with a full range of partners to share knowledge on efforts and innovation across sectors;
• Make climate action a ‘reality’ allowing citizens to see what climate action looks like;
• Promote this initiative so as to fully engage with EU and international cities and our climate peers; and
• Create a legacy so that this initiative can carry forward to subsequent years in a variety of ways.
Keep up to date on Dublin Climate Action Week 2021 at #DCAW21.