Climate change is arguably the biggest issue facing the world today. It is a challenge that will affect us all no matter where we live on the planet and what we do now matters to ensure a safe future for not just for ourselves but for future generations.
The Citizen’s Assembly is looking for your views, no matter your background or expertise, on how the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change.
The Citizen Assembly is a randomly selected group of 100 people broadly representing the Irish electorate. On the 30th September and 4th November they will be brought together to consider how the State can tackle the issue of climate change. The conclusions and recommendations of the Assembly will be presented to the Houses of the Oireachtas as a report for further debate.
The public’s contribution to this issue will inform and influence what the Assembly will discuss during these sessions and so this is an excellent opportunity for you to have your say.
The public have until Friday 11th August at 5pm to have their say on how Ireland can lead the charge on climate change.
Submissions can be made online or by post for more information visit citizensassembly.ie