We are in a great time of change where decisions are being made and sometimes the voice of many people can be missed in those decisions.
To help Ireland reach the 2020 and 2030 goals of reducing CO2 emissions by 20% and 30% respectively, energy efficiency measures are key in order to reach those targets. As well as using energy saving tips they are major changes that can be made to Irish homes involving renewable technology. With the help of SEAI grants and the cost savings on bills such as heating and electricity, home renewable technologies are a cost effective way of upgrading a house energy rating.
Waterford City and County Council are drafting the Climate Action Plan that will set out how we will reduce our emissions and how the Council will prepare for Climate Change between now and the end of the decade.
Waterford City & County Council are keen to hear all voices, young and old, on this important topic. Individuals and groups are welcome to submit their thoughts on what should be done individually or groups are welcome to submit together after discussing the sections.
Contact the Environment Department Waterford City & County Council
0818 10 20 20
Environment Department, 4th Floor, Menapia Building, The Mall, Waterford, X91 PK15