Irish Climate Summit 2021


The Irish Climate Summit, taking place online on Thursday 29th April, comes at a pivotal juncture and will examine the latest ambitions, challenges and opportunities of Ireland’s response to the climate crisis.

Key issues that will be addressed at the summit will include:

  • Implications of an Irish Climate Act
  • European climate policy outlook
  • Impact of climate action on the business sector
  • Role of local government in Ireland’s climate agenda
  • The economics of climate action
  • Climate leaders’ debate: energy; agriculture; and transport

Expert speakers include;

  • Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications and Minister for Transport
  • Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the European Green Deal, European Commission
  • Marie Donnelly, Chair, Climate Change Advisory Council
  • Brian Leddin TD, Chair, Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action
  • Beth Doherty, Sustainability Officer, Irish Second Level Students Union
  • Oisín Coghlan, Director, Friends of the Earth Ireland
  • Mary Robinson, Adjunct Professor of Climate Justice, Trinity College Dublin and Chair of The Elders
  • Róisín Commane, Atmospheric Scientist, Columbia University
  • John Sweeney, An Taisce
  • Conor Minogue, Senior Executive, Infrastructure, Energy and Climate Policy, Ibec
  • Paddy Hayes, Managing Director, ESB Networks
  • Sabrina Dekker, Climate Action Coordinator, Dublin City Council
  • Peadar Kirby, Cloughjordan Ecovillage
  • Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority
  • Tim Cullinan, President, Irish Farmer’s Association
  • Peter Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, Transport Infrastructure Ireland
  • Brian Ó Gallachoir, Director, MaREI Centre

View the full conference programme: Click Here

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear directly from the key players in Ireland’s environment & climate sector, as well as high profile visiting experts.

Register now!
Online: Click Here
Tel: +353 (0)1 661 3755

Delegate Rate €195 +VAT @23% = €239.85

NGO Rate €95 +VAT @23% = €116.85