September 2019 - August 2022
Zero Together sets out to motivate a range of stakeholders such as businesses, communities, academia and public bodies to work together towards the same goal of developing Dublin as a sustainable, healthy, leading carbon-neutral region by 2050.
What is Zero Together?
Zero Together is a unique initiative that brings together leading stakeholders such as businesses, communities, transport groups, academia and local authorities to work towards the same goal of developing Dublin as a clean and healthy region and commit to actions that will move us away from fossil fuels from 2030 onwards.
Codema is developing this Zero Together roadmap together with the four Dublin Local Authorities, Smart Dublin, the Dublin CARO and a team of frontrunners from a range of sectors across Dublin. We will work together to develop a shared vision and agree on a clear set of actions for the best pathways for Dublin's energy transition.
Why are we Developing the Zero Together Roadmap?
No single organisation, individual or sector can fully transform Dublin into a clean, healthy and sustainable city. However, by motivating local communities, businesses and public authorities to work together towards the same goal and empowering citizens to take ownership of this transition, we can achieve a carbon-neutral Dublin that has many local benefits and a positive global impact.
The Scale of the Challenge
We would need to remove the equivalent of taking 57,000 cars off Dublin's roads every year for the next 30 years in order to make Dublin carbon neutral. That's the scale of the challenge and this reinforces the importance of 'Zero Together' in involving all sectors and citizens in the developing this roadmap.
How will the Roadmap Get Us There?
- The formation of a Transition Team (including frontrunners from a range of sectors across Dublin) to coordinate the Zero Together Roadmap process
- Codema to provide the evidence-base to inform the roadmap and facilitate the roadmap process
- Citizen and stakeholder networking and engagement to collaboratively develop the roadmap
- Cross-sector commitment to implement the actions set out in the roadmap
Our Transition Team
Our Transition Team include a number of frontrunners from a range of sectors who will use their their passion, expertise and agency for the successful creation of the Zero Together Roadmap towards 2030 and beyond. They will also align their work, knowledge and expertise with the roadmap, informing their networks as to howthey can collaborate and taking ownership of the roadmap process.
We have just recruited a number of frontrunners to join our existing team, with our Transition Team workshops beginning in September 2021.
Take our Survey
As part of Dublin Climate Action Week, we are asking you to tell us how we can move Dublin away from fossil fuels and make our capital a clean and healthy county to live, work and visit.
Your views are very important as it will guide us in how we can better engage the public around the energy we use at home, at work, and while on the move. It will also help to inform actions for the Zero Together Roadmap, which sets out how we will reduce Dublin’s reliance on fossil fuels towards 2030 and beyond.
You can take the survey here.