Resources

This page hosts a range of resources and event recordings from previous Dublin Climate Action Weeks. A selection of resources has been added here from the events that took place.

Resources

Inspiring Businesses in Dublin’s Energy Transition

This event “Inspiring Businesses in Dublin’s Energy Transition” was organised in partnership with Patagonia and Dublin Town, aiming to motivate a community of businesses and identify the role they can play in moving Dublin away from fossil fuels towards 2030 and 2050. Katie Harrington who is leading the Zero Together initiative within Codema, kicked off the event by introducing initiative. Zero Together brings together diverse perspectives and experience across communities, businesses, NGOs and public bodies to work towards the same goal of moving Dublin away from fossil fuels as soon as possible; with the ultimate aim of developing the county into a clean and healthy region to live, work, study and visit. This was followed by a presentation given by Dublin’s energy agency Codema on the results of the Dublin Region Energy Masterplan, which sets out the best solutions for reducing emission across the heat, electricity and transport sectors in Dublin.

Sustainable Energy Communities Regional Event

This half-day workshop aimed to help Sustainable Energy Communities (SECs) in the Dublin and Mid-East Region to better progress through the various stages of the programme, as well as identifying areas where SECs would benefit from further support and development. It focused on building capacity with existing SECs and helped to foster relationships with fellow SECs in the network, by inviting all of the Dublin and Mid-East Region’s SECs together to learn and share stories. This is an illustration created by a graphic artist on the day capturing the issues and themes discussed on the day.

Sustainable Fingal – Opportunities and Support for SME’s

This webinar is hosted by Aoife Sheridan, senior executive officer of Fingal’s Economic, Enterprise, Tourism & Cultural Development Department, and features a panel discussion on sustainable business matters and the green economy with Director of Service Emer O’Gorman, Fingal’s Economic, Enterprise, Tourism & Cultural Development Department and senior representatives from Fingal’s Local Enterprise Office, Fingal Chamber and LEADER. Learn about sustainable business practices, the green economy, Fingal County Council’s Sustainable Fingal Initiative and funding streams that are available to small businesses. The webinar aims to encourage engagement with Fingal County Council, LEADER and LEO on sustainable business matters. Find out more about Find out more at https://www.fingal.ie/news/council-launches-sustainable-business-initiative-aimed-sme-sector

ReUse and Repair Initiatives in Fingal

This video was made by Fingal County Council in partnership with the Rediscovery Centre to showcase a number of reuse and repair initiatives in Fingal - including paint, bicycle and instrument repairs. Two communities in Fingal, Dublin 15 & Balbriggan, feature in this video. Find out more about the Rediscovery Centre at http://www.rediscoverycentre.ie and https://www.fingal.ie/environmental-awareness