The Mary Robinson Climate Conference is set to return to Ballina this June.

This year's theme is  ‘A Shared Response to a Shared Responsibility’

The second annual Conference will take place from 5-7 June next.

 Following a highly successful first year, this year’s theme reflects the fact that we all have a part to play in addressing the impact of climate change at local, national, and even global levels.

The theme recognises that all voices are important in contributing to climate conversations, and that such conversations then are the catalyst for collective action.

 Mary Robinson will open the conference with an in-conversation talk on Project Dandelion with Laura Cook, former Communications Advisor to The Elders, setting the tone for the three-day event.

A range of speakers from Ireland and overseas will bring community actors, researchers, policy-makers and local and national governance together, acknowledging their collective role in addressing our most pressing climate issues.

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