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Environ 2019 Public Events

The following events at the Environ 2019 conference are open to the general public free of charge.

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Environ Workshop/Field Trip A:

Morning - "Eco Trails". A walk on the wild side by the River Barrow.
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Environ Workshop & Public Engagement Workshop/Field Trip B:

Afternoon - "Day-to-day sustainability festival: what can I do?". Our first fringe festival at Environ! An interactive session in the field empowering the individual for sustainable living.
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These activities will take place on Monday 15th April. The spaces will be reserved on a first come first served basis. While the workshops are free of charge please email administrator@esaiweb.org to book in.

Public Engagement Evening

This event will be free and open to members of the public, local stakeholders, professionals and students. Please email administrator@esaiweb.org to reserve a place.

This will be an event free for the community to participate and where the floor will be opened by the Green Party Kilkenny Councillor Mr Malcolm Noonan, and followed by a Q&A session with an invited panel with relevant spokespersons and audience participation. This public event will be a discussion focussing on the current urgency to stimulate individual and collective action on climate change. The panellists are Dr John Macnamara from Bord Na Mona, Ms Mindy O'Brien from Voice Ireland, Mr Eddie Punch from the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers' Association, Mr Thomas Ryan from the Irish Farmers' Association, Dr Jannette Davies of IT Carlow and expert on human behaviour and the environment, as well Martina Moyne from designCORE in IT Carlow bringing insights in humanising innovation for environmental protection. The chairperson of this public event will be Ms Sue Nunn from KCLR 96 FM.

This event will take place on Monday 15th April in the L117 Lecture Theater, Haughton Building, 8 pm - 9 pm. It will be a public engagement event linked with the overarching theme of Environ 2019 "Engagement for Climate Action" and encouraging audience participation in a "Question and Answer" session.

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