As part of the National Dialogue on Climate Action, we hope to host a series of regional and local meetings across Ireland to generate awareness, engagement and a motivation to act, in relation to the challenges presented by climate change. The first of these gatherings was held on 23 June 2018 in Athlone.
Second Regional Gathering - Tralee
Join us for the second Regional Gathering as part of the National Dialogue on Climate Action to explore how we, as a nation, can work together to take action on climate change. Have your say on what you think are the major climate issues facing Ireland and share ideas on how we can work together to raise awareness, unlock opportunities, build resilience, and inspire action.
When: 11am-4pm Saturday 10th November 2018
Where: The Rose Hotel, Tralee, County Kerry, V92 HKA4
This is a free, ticketed event and we are keen to involve a wide range of groups and individuals from across the South Western seaboard region which includes the counties of Cork, Clare, Kerry and Limerick. This Regional Gathering will include opportunities to discuss challenges and actions specific to these counties as part of a series of regional and local meetings to be held across Ireland.
This event is now full to capacity, if you would still like to take part in the day you can visit our drop in zone to share ideas and learn how you can take action. There is no registration required for this part of the event.
Local Link Kerry will provide a Wheelchair Accessible Bus with the following schedule;
Collect at Bus Station @ 10.45 and go to Rose Hotel
Collect at Bus Station @ 11.05 and go to Rose Hotel
Collect at Rose Hotel @ 16.15 and go to Bus Station
The National Dialogue on Climate Action is a Government of Ireland initiative delivered by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, along with the Environmental Protection Agency, in engaging people in collaborative action.