Last Saturday, November 10th, ECO-UNESCO visited Tralee to take part in the second National Dialogue on Climate Action.
The National Dialogue on Climate Action, set up by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, is a series of regional events that will run over the next two years.
The aim of these events is to increase community engagement and to build public support for the action plans that we will need to put in place when faced climate change challenges over the coming years and decades.
The day consisted of talks, panel discussions and round tables where important questions such as ‘how can we travel more sustainably?’ were posed.
ECO-UNESCO were set up in the free to attend drop-in area, where anybody could visit and learn about how they could get involved with local and national environmnetal projects.
ECO-UNESCO Director Elaine Nevin, pictured with #YEA19 partipants from Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School Tralee