Ciarán Cuffe MEP delivers guest lecture to postgraduate students
Ciarán Cuffe MEP delivered a guest lecture to the School of Law and Government postgrad students on Tuesday 20th April 2021 from 13:00 to 14:00. The lecture entitled "The European Green Deal: From European Policy to Irish Practice" discussed the process that led to the development of the finalised European Green Deal, the key elements of the European Green Deal, and the implications for Ireland.
Ciarán Cuffe is a member of the European Parliament for Dublin with the Green Party. He sits on the Energy and Transport Committees of the Parliament, and serves as president of EUFORES, a European NGO that promotes the deployment of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency. He is an architect and planner, and graduated in 2019 with a Masters in Cities from the London School of Economics. He has served as a Dublin City Councillor, TD for Dún Laoghaire, and Minister of State with responsibility for sustainable transport and climate change. He lives with his family in Stoneybatter in Dublin’s North Inner City. You can follow him on Twitter: @ciarancuffe