Uimhir Thagarta Uathúil: 
CLW-C10-109
Stádas: 
Submitted
Údar: 
Bernadette Power
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0
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Údar: 
Bernadette Power

Litir Chumhdaigh

I am living and working in Carlow. I am very concerned about the climate change and biodiversity emergencies. We have only 8 years to reduce our green house gases by 50% and at the moment we as a country are doing very poorly. Every local and government department needs to be doing its work to reduce green house gases and preparing for a low Carbon economy. We also have a very serious biodiversity problem. This is one which we need to be acting to address the loss of biodiversity in our beautiful county of Carlow. To do this the county needs a biodiversity officer who will provide the guidance and knowledge on what we should be doing. This will give this very serious issue the urgency it needs.

Observations

Chapter 6: Infrastructure and Environmental Management

I am living and working in Carlow. I am very concerned about the biodiversity crisis. 200 species a day are becoming extinct. This is a global issue but it is also a local issue. We as a county need to be doing our utmost to improve the biodiversity and wildlife of our county.  To do this the county needs a biodiversity officer who will provide the guidance and knowledge on what we should be doing and how to do it. We need to act now to address this very serious issue and hiring a biodiversity officer would be a great step forward to supporting the county council and all its department to act to stop the loss of flaura and fauna in our county and also to enhance and improve it. The biodiversity officer will also be able to advise and support voluntary groups, residents groups, farming groups and many of our other groups and citizens of Carlow to improve our biodiversity. 

Chapter 7: Climate Action and Energy

I am living and working in Carlow. I am very concerned about the climate change emergency. We have only 8 years to reduce our green house gases by 50% and at the moment we as a country are doing very poorly. Every local and government department needs to be doing its work to reduce green house gases and preparing for a low carbon economy. To do this the county needs a climate change officer who will provide the guidance and knowledge on what we should be doing and how to do it. We need to act now to address this very serious issue and hiring a climate change officer would be a great step forward to supporting the county council and all its department to act to reduce our green house gases in our county . The climate change officer will also be able to advise and support voluntary groups, residents groups, farming groups and many of our other groups and citizens of Carlow on how to move to a low carbon society. 

Faisnéis

Uimhir Thagarta Uathúil: 
CLW-C10-109
Stádas: 
Submitted
Líon na ndoiciméad faoi cheangal: 
0
Teorainneacha Gafa ar an léarscáil: 
Níl