This page hosts a range of resources and event recordings from Dublin’s first-ever Climate Action Week in 2021. Further resources for Dublin Climate Action Week 2022 will be added here after the events have taken place.


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

Sustainable Energy Communities Information Webinar

This online event organised by Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency, explained SEAI's Sustainable Energy Communities Programme in the Dublin Region, its benefits to individual homeowners and communities, and how you can get involved in the programme.

She's So Sustainable Panel Discussion

This online lifestyle event features Dublin-based women who are championing sustainable living in their own day-to-day lives. This event is a must-watch for anyone who wishes to embrace a more sustainable lifestyle. Journalist and broadcaster Roisín Ingle chats to the panel members: Ruth Doyle, Joanna Donnelly, Carrie-Ann Moran and Elaine Butler, about navigating more sustainable ways of living every day.

Save Energy at Home

Presented by Katie Harrington of the Dublin Energy Agency, Codema this webinar explores top tips for saving energy around the home and provides a whistle-stop tour of Codema's award-winning Home Energy Saving Kits which are available to borrow for free from over 100 libraries across Ireland.