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Dublin Climate Action Week starts on Monday 9th September 2024

The third Dublin Climate Action Week will take place from Monday 9th September until Sunday 15th September 2024.

The programme of events is organised through a partnership of the Dublin Climate Action Regional Office (CARO), South Dublin County Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, Fingal County Council, Dublin City Council and Codema – Dublin’s Energy Agency. Dublin Climate Action Week 2024 will feature regional and local events covering a range of environmental topics and showcasing the latest Climate Action Plans adopted in each of the four Dublin local authorities.

Keep up to date with developments at the dedicated website and by using the hashtag #DCAW24, with the full programme of events set to open for bookings in mid-August.

Climate Action remains a priority at local and national government levels and there is a strong focus on community engagement and implementation of action within each of the local authority Climate Action Plans 2024-2029. Important steps towards our sustainable and inclusive future are taken within our local communities and Dublin Climate Action Week seeks to showcase some of the great work taking place across Dublin City and County.

The shared objective of Dublin Climate Action Week is to demonstrate progress on the implementation of the four Dublin local authority Climate Action Plans, and a regional approach to climate action.

The Executive Manager in Dublin City Council and Directors of Service in South Dublin, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and Fingal County Councils responsible for Climate Action stated that “Dublin Climate Action Week is an excellent opportunity for local authorities and the communities we serve to come together and showcase the great work already underway to deliver on our climate goals and build momentum towards future actions through our Climate Action Plans 2024-2029. The diverse programme of events offers a range of ways for people to connect, learn, share and engage with initiatives and activities which seek to build a brighter future for everyone.”

Getting involved with Dublin Climate Action Week 2024 is a great way to strengthen connections between groups, businesses, and organisations within the community so find out what is happening in your area at