To engage with Irish practitioners across the country, the Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering in Trinity College Dublin are delighted to invite you to join the free Engineering for Climate Action Lunchtime Lecture Webinar Series.
The series will be held on subsequent Wednesday lunchtimes, from 13:00 – 14:00, between the 23rd of March and 13th of April. Our expert speakers will address a range of climate action topics across the series, including transport, renewable energy, heating, and the built environment.
- Wed 23rd March: ‘Transportation & Built Environment: Climate Adaptation’, Brendan O’Donnell, Director of Service, Roads and Transportation Directorate, Donegal County Council
- Wed 30th March: ‘Climate Action in Ireland’, Marie Donnelly, Chairperson, Climate Change Advisory Council
- Wed 6th April: ‘Wind Energy in Ireland’, Speaker TBC, Wind Energy Ireland
- Wed 13th April: ‘Debcarbonisation of Heat’, Donna Gartland, Chief Executive Officer, Codema
This event is organised as a component of the Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering for Climate Action that is open to the public and interested parties. The programme offers part-time and full-time options as part of a blended learning (online or in-person) experience programme. Trinity offers a range of wide programmes addressing different facets of sustainability and this is the latest offering. For more details click here.
We hope you can join us, just CLICK TO REGISTER for this free webinar series as we explore the importance of Engineering for Climate Action journey.