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.


COP 26- What Can We Expect?

This panel discussion involves experts in climate change science and climate negotiation at a national, European and International level. The webinar discusses: - What is a COP? (Conference of Parties)? - Why is it important? - What can be expected from COP26 in Glasgow in November? - What role does Ireland have?

Climate Change Projections for Ireland Webinar

This panel discussion involving experts in climate change and weather talks about the differences between weather and climate, the current climate change projections for Ireland to 2050 and how we can adapt to the climate impacts we are experiencing and will face in the future.

All-Ireland Pollinator Plan Webinar

This webinar explores the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan (AIPP) with particular emphasis on the work local authorities have done as well as the role of the public and communities. Attendees will get a background to how the AIPP came about and its aims and benefits. Panel members discuss examples of successful biodiversity projects, showing the public how they can get information and get involved with preserving and restoring biodiversity in their local communities.

Tackling Climate Change in South Dublin: Discussion and Q&A

Three years into our first Climate Change Action Plan, how are South Dublin County Council delivering on our actions? Moderated by the Mayor of South Dublin County Council Peter Kavanagh, this panel discussion focused on the five areas that make up the plan: Energy & Buildings, Transport, Flood Resilience, Nature-Based Solutions, and Resource Management, highlighting the key achievements, progress, and stumbling blocks thus far. This webinar included a Q&A session with the panellists.