The GreenPlan

Tackling climate change through behavioural change

How to get involved

Time: Getting The Green Plan up and running locally will need approximately 3 hours a week of the leader's time.

You can become the local champion and lead the implementation of The GreenPlan in your local community. You'll start with one flagship building to implement a plan across 7 themes. Check out our 5 step guide for the full framework, the practical actions involved and register your interest here.

5 Steps
Who?
Mary O Driscoll joined Fermoy co cork a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
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Katherine Mcgee joined Renville Village, Oranmore, Galway a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
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Carolina Macedo joined Dublin a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Diane O'Connor joined Dublin a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Mary O'Brien joined Trim, Co. Meath, Ireland a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
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Richard Morrissey joined Easkey, Co.Sligo a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Richard Morrissey joined Easkey, Co.Sligo a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Fiona Vincent joined Skibbereen a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Paula Gleeson joined Tuam a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
Darren Tapley joined Cobh a The GreenPlan group over 3 years ago
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