How Sustainable Stoves are Cooking up Solutions to Climate Injustice in Africa
As part of a week-long installation running in the Atrium of Dublin City Council’s Wood Quay offices, we are showcasing the environmental, health, and climate impacts of inefficient cooking methods in Africa and how Ireland is working to combat them.
Come and join us as we launch this informative installation with some fantastic speakers and morning refreshments this Friday morning from 8.30-9.30am. Start your day of climate activism the right way with our guest speakers Climate Activist Flossie Donnelly and the Beach Cleaners, Green Party Councillor Michael Pidgeon and Vita‘s Programme Manager Emily Hosford.
Introducing Flossie and the Beach Cleaners!
Flossie is a 12 year old mini marine environmentalist, who cares passionately about the marine life in the oceans and seas. She has been blogging weekly about plastic pollution and the damage it is doing to our world for over 2 years now and this has naturally led to being as involved as possible with the fight against Clmate Change. She has been weekly striking outside the Dail and her school since Decemebr last year. Flossie truly believes that we can win the fight against Climate Change if we all stay positive but at the same time be active…Flossie says ‘negativity gets you nowhere, positivity gets you everywhere!’