Ireland’s fourth Climate Action Week will run from October 12th to 18th, 2020, so please mark it in your school calendars now and download your poster, pledge and other resources below. If you host an Action Day during Climate Action Week, it will count towards your Green Flag application!
- Event Organisers Guide / Treoir d’Eagraithe Imeachtaí
- Climate Conversations Guide
- Primary Case Studies
- Secondary Case Study
- Climate Action Secondary Teacher Resource
- Survey Suggestions / Moltaí don Shuirbhé
- Cartoons, Film’s & Documentaries
- Poster / Imeachtaí Pleanáilte
- Pledge / Geallaim
Win cupcakes for #ClimateActionWeek! We want to encourage every school, college and community in Ireland to keep the climate conversation alive – Win delicious plant-based cupcakes from Buttercream Dream.
- Show us your favourite climate action.
- Have a climate conversation.
- Tell us what Climate Action Week means to you.
Share a photo, video, poster, short story, poem, rap or song – the choice is yours. Show us your favourite climate action, or capture a climate conversation, or simply tell us what #ClimateActionWeek means to you.
Entries will open from Monday 5th October until Friday 16th October and can be submitted on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by tagging Climate Ambassador, using the hashtag #ClimateActionWeek or simply by sending your entry via email to CAW@eeu.antaisce.org
The sooner you enter the more likely you’ll win some delicious vegan cupcakes from Buttercream Dream! Deliveries will be sent out every day during #ClimateActionWeek from Monday 12th to Friday 16th October.
Secondary Climate Action Event
Green-Schools is hosting a free virtual screening of the inspiring documentary ‘2040’ – a must see for all secondary students interested in current climate solutions. Register your class for this free event here and watch it any time from 9am Monday 12th to 11am Wednesday 14th October. We have also organised a follow-up Climate Activist webinar with student Climate Ambassadors which will take place just after the screening at 11am on Wednesday 14th October.
Primary Climate Action Event
Green-Schools is delighted to present our debut storybook, ‘We Want Our Park Back’, written and illustrated by Oisín McGann for ages 5 to 8. Register for this free event here and we will post your school a giant book. Tune in to Green-Schools HQ via your interactive whiteboard at 10am on Tuesday 13th October for Storytime, Ask the Author, Draw with Oisín and a special student-centred book review. Submit any questions from your class for the author/illustrator before October 1st to: CAW@eeu.antaisce.org