Would you like to find out more about environmental and sustainability-related projects that are happening in Dublin? Are you looking to get involved in a project that supports the environment or are looking for ideas to bring back to The Liberties?
The Dublin Environmental Gathering is being organised by the Public Participation Networks (PPNs) of South Dublin County, Dublin City, Fingal and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown in collaboration with the Irish Environmental Network. The Gathering is open to PPN member groups from across Dublin, as well as individuals and groups who are not yet PPN members.
At the Dublin Environmental Gathering you can:
Find out more about successful environmental and sustainability-related projects in Dublin that you can get involved with or try in your own area.
Find out more about the Public Participation Network in your area and how your community group can use the PPN effectively to enhance your own goals, collaborate with others, and make a difference in local decision making.
Learn how PPN member groups can become part of the Environmental pillar of their PPN.
Find out about funding opportunities for environmental and sustainability-related projects.
The event will take place in Dublin City Council’s Wood Quay venue on Saturday the 7th of April from 10.30am-3pm with a complimentary lunch served at 1pm.
The day will include presentations from PPN members and other organisations on inspiring projects they have undertaken, information stands, networking opportunities and a panel discussion. Presentations will include a talk on Dublin Bay Biosphere and the keynote speaker will be architect and environmentalist Duncan Stewart.
You can register to attend this event now using the link below. If you have any questions, please contact Nina Farrell, PPN Coordinator on 01-2223851 or firstname.lastname@example.org