Climate Conversations 2023
The Climate Conversation 2023 is now open. People across the country are invited to have their say on how we can all play our part in securing our sustainable future.
Government, communities, industry and individuals each have a part to play to help Ireland shift to a carbon-neutral future. We want to hear how we, as a government, can engage, enable and empower people to take action and realise the potential of moving towards carbon neutrality.
Becoming a climate resilient society will help us to cope with the impacts of a changing climate and we are committed to achieving this future through a just transition, meaning all voices will be heard in a fair and equal manner, and new opportunities will mean no one is left behind.
An online questionnaire is now open where people can give their views on shopping, reuse and recycling, food and food waste, heating our homes and sustainable living, local environment and climate change. People can also have their say on how actions in these areas – by individuals, Government and society as a whole – can positively impact our climate goals.
Join the Climate Conversation 2023 by filling in our online questionnaire .
You don’t need to be a climate expert for your opinion to be valued, we want to hear from as many people across the country as possible. You might find the Climate Jargon Buster useful as you read through the content and questions.
The closing date for submissions is 5.30pm on Friday, 8 September 2023
If you have any difficulty using the online platform, please get in touch with us ClimateConversation@decc.gov.ie