Non-Statutory Public Consultation Process: A Draft Strategy Towards Climate Change Action Plans

Closed 17 Oct 2016

Opened 26 Sep 2016


The Dublin local authorities want your views on A Draft Strategy Towards Climate Change Action Plans for the Dublin Local Authorities

The four Dublin local authorities (DLAs) – Dublin City Council, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Fingal County Council and South Dublin County Council – acknowledge that climate change is an immediate challenge and that they have a responsibility in helping to address national climate change targets. The draft strategy document therefore sets out the intentions of the DLAs to work together to develop individual yet collaborative climate change action plans, one for each local authority area.  

Using a structured approach that focuses on seven key areas:
Citizen Engagement 
Ecosystems & Biodiversity


This draft strategy sets out how the DLAs will develop the four climate change action plans.  Citizen Engagement is an important element of this draft strategy and encompasses all of the other focus areas.  We therefore want to ensure that your views are recognised as part of this non-statutory public consultation process.

The action plans will be unique to each local authority area but synchronised in their methodology. They will contain costed, detailed actions that the DLAs can deliver in order to help to prevent (mitigate) the harmful activities that are contributing to climate change, and limit (adapt to) the impact of the effects of climate change that are inevitable.

This document is a draft strategy and does not provide specific targets and actions, as these will be developed during the action plan development phase.  You can read or download the draft strategy here.  To submit your views and comments on the draft strategy, please email

Submissions may also be made in writing to:



The Loft,

2-4 Crown Alley,

Temple Bar,

Dublin 2

D02 TK74.


Submissions must be made before 5pm on Monday 17th October 2016.


  • All Areas


  • All citizens


  • Climate Change
  • Environmental Issues