Schools

Climate

Connecting students, teachers and their schools in Ireland calling for urgent action to prevent climate breakdown and ensure a just and sustainable future.

Climate

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Students'

We are SCAN, a network of students in Ireland campaigning for radical and systemic climate action from the government.

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 Who  

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A network of students in Ireland campaigning for radical and systemic climate action from the government.

 
 
 

Our Demands

1.

The Government ensures all fossil fuels are left in the ground and should not allow any new fossil fuel infrastructure to be built and that Ireland uses 100% renewable electricity by 2030.

2.

The Government communicates the severity of the ecological crisis to the general public and reforms the primary and post-primary educations systems to address the need for ecological literacy. The government must prioritise the protection of life on Earth, taking active steps to achieve climate justice.

3.

The Government makes transitioning to a CO2-neutral Ireland socially fair. We demand of the government that it takes its responsibility seriously and avoids having regular citizens carry all the burden towards transitioning to a sustainable society.

4.

The Government implements all the recommendations of the Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change. As this is a climate emergency, we demand that the recommendations be implemented immediately.​

5.

​The Government creates and enforces stronger regulations on corporations that are causing the climate crisis and ensure a transformation to reduce emissions from agriculture in Ireland.

6.

The Government implements a Green New Deal and ensures that after leaving school, all young people in Ireland can have livelihoods that don't damage the Earth.

 
 

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