Who We Are

As part of the 350.org global movement and in collaboration with Stop Climate Chaos, we urge people to stand together on the biggest threat our country, planet and species has ever faced and to build a movement that reflects the scale of this issue. During 2016 we will work to: 1) encourage Ireland to join this movement through awareness and direct action campaigns. 2) pressurise the government to proactively accelerate the just transition from fossil fuels towards 100% clean and renewable energy.

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Fossil Free Universities

More than a year on from Global Divestment Day 2015 and it’s time for a round-up of grassroots mobilisation in universities around the island of Ireland. Last year NUI Maynooth set a precedent announcing its commitment to a Fossil Free investment policy. We’ve checked in with blossoming campaigns in a few other campuses where student activists (More...)

Fossil Free Universities

Ireland’s Biggest Ever Climate March!

Join us this Sunday when the world unites for peace and justice! There are now more than 2300 events planned in over 150 countries this weekend as part of the Global Climate March ahead of the Climate Negotiations in Paris starting this coming Monday. The French Government may have cancelled the People’s Climate March in Paris on (More...)

Climate Campaign

Join us in the Global Climate March this November 29th!

On November 30th, world leaders will meet in Paris to start negotiating the next global climate deal. The day before, on November 29th, people around the world will take to the streets and push leaders at every level of government to commit to 100% clean energy. Here in Ireland, plans are afoot for marches in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast. We will (More...)

Climate Campaign

Divest Trinity College

Since our first call for Divestment last February, People’s Climate Ireland has been actively involved in all sorts of divestment campaigns, targeting Ireland’s banking institutions, main universities and other financial bodies. It was announced this month in the University Times that Dublin’s Trinity College currently has €6.1 million indirectly invested in oil-related stocks. Today, in an attempt to make fossil fuel divestment (More...)

Climate Campaign

#GetUpAnd Global Call for Action on Climate

Check out our response to the ‪#‎GetUpAnd‬ Global Call for Action. Join us on July 4th 2015 at 12pm on Sandymount Strand in Dublin for a ‘Heads In The Sand’ photo op on the beach!  Like us on Facebook at People’s Climate Ireland Follow us on Twitter @Climate_Ireland (More...)

Climate Campaign