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TD Lobby for Faster and Fairer Climate Action

Posted by Oisín Coghlan on November 24, 2020 at 06:06 PM

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Join Ireland’s biggest online TD Lobby for Faster and Fairer Climate Action!

Talking to your TDs is a powerful way to act on the climate crisis and right now there is so much to talk about.

If 1000+ people across Ireland meet their TDs online it will have a serious effect on how our government acts on climate.

So, are you up for it?

You'll be supported by Stop Climate Chaos and people in your local area.

You don't need to be an expert, you just need to turn up!

How does it work?

1. Register for the TD Lobby by clicking here. This will let you receive a Zoom link that you can use to join the lobby on the day.

2. Check what timeslots have been organised for meetings with your own TDs on 7th December by visiting the timetable. The timetable is being updated as meetings with TDs are arranged - so keep a check on it between now and Monday 7th. You can use the same Zoom link for each meet you have with your different TDs - everyone who registers for the lobby will be sent that Zoom link.

 

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3. If you've time, you might like to read the Stop Climate Chaos briefing for lobby participants. But this is NOT essential! The main thing is that you show up on 7th - you don't need to be an expert!

4. Log onto the Zoom call at the right time(s) on December 7th to join the people in your constituency and your TD.

5. Celebrate the lobby's success by joining an online rally at 7pm on Lobby day! We want to get hundreds of people on Zoom for a few minutes at the same time - to show how many people from across Ireland care about climate action! Let's make the rally colourful! Bring your own homemade mini banner or sign with your constituency name that you can hold up in front of your screen. You could wear your county colours or a local jersey if you have one! You can use the same Zoom link to join that you used for talking to your TDs.

 

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