Working together to create a climate resilient, vibrant, and sustainable County that supports jobs, growth and healthy lifestyles.
Join us in shaping appropriate climate actions to facilitate and enable effective climate action at a local and community level and producing Meath’s County Climate Action Plan 2024 – 2029.
Under the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Act 2021, Meath County Council is required to prepare a local authority climate action plan for our administrative area to facilitate the transition to a climate resilient, biodiversity rich, environmentally sustainable and climate neutral economy, with a target of 51% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The aim of the LACAP is to put the County Meath on a trajectory towards achieving climate neutrality by no later than the end of 2050.
Meath County Council has completed the first phase of building the evidence base, which includes the following:
- Climate Change Risk Assessment for County Meath
An assessment of the impacts of current and future climate change risks and hazards on County Meath.
- Baseline Emissions Inventories (BEI)
The assessment of the Baseline Emissions Inventories (BEI) for the County and each of the decarbonising zones are based on the year 2018. The BEI represents an evidence-based approach to inform emission reduction actions for Meath’s County Climate Action Plan. The BEIs will enable Meath County Council to monitor and report on the efficacy of actions on the road to net zero.
- County Meath’s Baseline Emissions Inventory (BEI)
- Decarbonising Zones (DZ) Baseline Emissions Inventory (BEI) – 9 Towns
- Navan DZ BEI
- Dunshaughlin DZ BEI
- Ashbourne DZ BEI
- Ratoath DZ BEI
- Trim DZ BEI
- Duleek DZ BEI
- Kells DZ BEI
- Laytown/Bettystown DZ BEI
- Dunboyne DZ BEI
Have your say!
In order to ensure that local based information is included, Meath County Council are requesting your views, observations and proposals for consideration in the preparation of the draft Climate Action Plan.
Both the engagement survey and consultation submissions will be accepted from Friday July 14th to Monday 14st August 2023.
Consultation submission may be made via:
Online at Meath County Council's On Line Consultation Portal www.consult.meath.ie
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Post to Climate Action Section, Meath County Council, Buvinda House, Dublin Road, Navan, County Meath, C15 Y291
Engagement survey will assist in MCC’s understanding of what is important to you.
We would appreciate your help by taking the time to complete the survey (approx. 4 mins).
Please be advised that submissions received may be published online. Please ensure that you do not include vexatious, libellous or confidential information, including confidential information relating to a third party (in respect of which the third party has not, expressly, or impliedly in the circumstances, consented to its disclosure) in your submission. Meath County Council reserves the right to redact any submission or part thereof that does not comply with this requirement. Please be advised that the name of the person(s)/group(s) who made the submission may be published, but personal data will be redacted. This processing of your personal data is lawful under Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR Regulations.