Can everyone afford to be “Green”?
November 4, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm GMT
How easy is it to go green, to make deliberate, eco-friendly choices when you’re barely getting by? Can everyone afford to dedicate time to learn and take action to become more sustainable? Can our farmers afford to leave some land untouched if it means losing some needed income?
These are the questions we would like to explore during this event. Together we will dissect, learn, and come up with ways to support a Just transition for all in Ireland.
Free of charge
4th of November 5-6:30pm
- You will hear from young people from our steering group committee on why the affordability of a sustainable life is important to them.
- You will have the opportunity to discuss with policy makers and other youth activists about issues of inequality within the green transition.
- You will participate interactively using Menti and Kahoot to give your opinion on the topic.
- You will hear about future opportunities to engage.
Young people and those who work with young people – youth sector, education sector, development sector, policy makers and anyone with an interest in the issues.
Youth Climate Justice – Future Generations Consortium
|Mary Cunningham – Director, National Youth Council of Ireland|
|5:10pm||Opening Session – Why the affordability of a sustainable life is important to us|
|Anna Keyes / Amy O Brien YMCA & Fabian Jacob/ Macra – Future Generation Steering group members|
|5:20pm||Interactive session – Sustainable living is too expensive.|
|Menti questions /chat interaction|
|5:30pm||Panel Discussion – Can everyone afford to be “Green”?|
|Anna Keyes / Amy O Brien – Future Generation Steering group members YMCA
Christopher O’Sullivan – Cork South-West TD and vice chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Climate Action
Thomas Duffy – President, Macra na Feirme
Kay Mc Cabe – Involve Youth Service
|Mick Ferron – consortium partner Sphere 17|
This event is fully booked.