Minister for Environment Eamon Ryan to make Green Week address in Trinity

Students and staff have been invited to submit questions for a Q&A session with the Green Party leader

Green Party leader Minister Eamon Ryan is to address staff and students next week as part of College’s 21st annual Green Week.

According to a College Eventbrite page, the event will “explore the actions [Ryan] has taken” in his role as Minister for Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport.

“It offers an opportunity to hear the latest on how the Irish government are acting on sustainable transport and climate action.”

Following the address, Ryan will partake in a question and answer session for attendees, allowing students and Trinity faculty to pose questions “relate to transport, climate action, or wider environmental issues”.

In an email sent to staff and students, Sustainability Manager Jane Hackett invited students to submit questions to pose to the minister during the address.

The address will take place in the Synge Lecture Theatre in the Arts Building next Thursday, March 23, from 12pm to 1pm.

Green Week, takes place next week from March 20-24, celebrating its 21st “birthday” on March 20.