The Climate Gathering brings diverse groups of people from political, business, scientific and cultural backgrounds together to work on the challenge of stabilising the climate and sustaining prosperity in the face of environmental limits.
“Bringing People Together for a New Understanding on Climate Change” – a series of conversations hosted in partnership with Christian Aid, the Environmental Pillar, Ibec, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and Trócaire. Booking is now open for the final session – Session V – The Call to New Horizons in the Abbey Theatre on 10th May.
Live web cast
Each of our Climate Conversation sessions is being broadcast live on the web. You can view the next session here from 19:00 GMT on Sunday 10th May.
Webcast viewers can submit questions on Twitter using the hashtag #ClimateConversations – a selection of questions from tweeters will be put to the panel on the night.
The first Climate Gathering took place in February 2013 in the Burren, a unique location in the west of Ireland. The Dublin Climate Gathering in June 2013 focused on the role of digital technology in creating a positive vision of a low-carbon future. We collaborated with other groups to hold a People’s Climate Picnic in September 2014.