The Mayor of Galway, Cllr. Frank Fahy will officially launch ‘A Vision for Galway 2030’ at 3pm on Saturday 28th November at the Galway 2020 Hub, The Cornstore, Middle Street, Galway. All are welcome!
‘A Vision for Galway 2030’ consists of:
– 100 page full colour publication
– 8 short films summarising the solutions within the document
– dedicated website with the full content of the document
FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1251379711554713
COPIES FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS & LIBRARIES
Please support our Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to pay for copies of the plan for local schools and libraries (any donations from €1 up are welcome!): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2110112557/a-vision-for-galway-2030-free-community-copies
In 2013 and 2014, Transition Galway organised to a series of open, public visioning events to allow people share their ideas for a low-carbon, sustainable Galway City by the year 2030. Members of Transition Galway then compiled all of the ideas, big and small, received from the public at these sessions into one final document. The booklet is divided into eight chapters based on eight topics: energy; food and water; infrastructure; community and education; arts and culture; economics; waste; and inner transition. We have also produced eight short films, one for each chapter, outlining the solutions in each chapter. We hope that this project will in some way go towards creating a better, more resilient Galway by 2030.
Original Promotional Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VoGkqiT2LI