The submissions process on “How the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change” is now open. The closing date for submissions on the topic is Friday 11th of August.

Members of the public, representative groups and citizen organisations are urged to make a submission to the Assembly.

In order to give this topic due consideration, the Assembly will meet over two weekends to consider it; 30th September/ 1st October and 6th/7th November; a second weekend has been added to allow the members to consider this important issue more fully to enhance the discussion and the eventual recommendations which emerge.

Submissions are invited across the full spectrum of issues in relation to Climate Change, but in particular the Assembly would like to hear views on Ireland’s energytransport and agriculture sectors.

Submissions can be made online at the link below or by post to: 16 Parnell Square, Dublin 1, D01 X9Y2. To arrive no later than 11th of August 2017. Online submissions will remain open until 5pm on 11th August.

More information: How the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change – The Citizens’ Assembly

How the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change – The Citizens’ Assembly

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