Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Public Participation Network (DLR PPN) has a membership of more than 500 member groups. We were delighted to be selected as one of the 16 PPNs to participate in the Climate Conversations. 

As we wished to facilitate any groups that were interested in participating in the conversations, we held two workshops, which were expertly facilitated by Lyn Hagin Meade from Dundrum 2030. The dates for the workshops were:

  • Monday, 12 April 2021 – from 6.00pm to 7.30pm
  • Thursday, 15th April 2021 – from 6.00pm to 7.30pm

For the purposes of this report, the feedback from the two workshops will be joined in one document. We would like to thank Lyn Hagin Meade and all the participants in the conversation for their interest and commitment to climate initiatives. We would also like to thank Anthony MacNamara (Climate Action Officer with dlr County Council) for attending and the Department of Environment, Climate and Communications for the opportunity to get involved.

 

Participants to the Climate Conversation with the DLR PPN

  • Broadford Residents’ Association
  • Friends of the Earth
  • Nosuptown
  • Éigse Laoghaire Multi Cultural Arts
  • Woodpark Residents Association
  • Southside Partnership Women’s Programme
  • Foróige
  • Sage (Shankill Action for a Green Earth)
  • Flossie and The Beach Cleaners
  • Kilternan/Glenamuck Residents Association
  • Blackrock Tidy Towns
  • NCCWN SWAN (Southside Women’s Action Network)
  • Dundrum2030
  • DLR Active Retirement Association
  • Killiney Beach Community Council
  • Cabinteely FC
  • DLR PPN Secretariat
  • Climate Action Officer from the dlr County Council (guest)
  • Environment Protection Agency (guest)

CLICK HERE to read the REPORT

Climate Conversations Report – DLR PPN
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