An open invitation has been extended by Richard Bruton T.D., Minister of Communications, Climate Action & Environment to Shannon Chamber members to attend a Climate Action Forum which takes place on Friday, 6 September in Limerick.
The Forum takes place at Tait House, Roxboro Road, Limerick, V94, NXT8. commencing with registration at 11.3opm, concluding at 1pm. It will involve a one-hour interactive discussion involving Minister Bruton, panel and audience.
Extending the invitation, Minister Bruton said: “The purpose of the Forum is to discuss how we can make the necessary actions on Climate Action locally and globally. Evidence has shown that since our economy started to recover, our greenhouse gas emissions have gone way off course.
“The Government has put together a Climate Action Plan designed to get us back on track. It sets targets for each of the major sectors and sets out the early actions to get us on the road to delivering them. This is a challenge where government must create the right framework but only communities working together can deliver the outcome.
“If together we succeed, Ireland will be a better place with cleaner air, warmer homes, more resilient enterprises, more secure income and jobs, and a sustainable relationship with the world around us. This Forum is your opportunity to make an impact into shaping this vital journey.”
Shannon Chamber would encourage members to attend.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 5th September 2019 to confirm your attendance.