On the 23rd of March 2023 the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, launched a set of statutory guidelines to assist local authorities in preparing local authority climate action plans. each local authority is required to prepare a local authority climate action plan for its respective administrative area. Once adopted by the local councils, each plan will be valid for five years and is subject to update at least every five years. The plans will be developed over the next 12 months. For more information on Tipperary County Council's local authority climate action plan (LACAP) go to Tipperary County Council Climate Action Plan
On the 2nd pf February 2023 Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, announced funding of €24 million for Local Authorities to support and build low carbon communities across the country.
This funding is part of the Community Climate Action Programme, which supports projects and initiatives that facilitate community climate action through education, capacity building and learning by doing. For Further information on Tipperary County Council's Community Climate Action Programme go to Community Climate Action Fund