The Dublin City Council Climate Action Plan 2019 - 2024 was first published in 2019, consulted in early 2020 and formally adopted in May 2020 by the City Council of Dublin in Ireland. The plan contains climate mitigation and adaptation actions that cover five key areas: energy and buildings, transport, flood resilience, nature-based solutions and resource management. The key aims of the plan is to improve energy use by the Council, reduce the Council's greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030, make Dublin a climate resilient region and actively engage and inform citizens of climate change. Among the targets of the strategy are reducing area of soil sealing, protecting native species, parks and tree cover and creating continuous green space along the city's rivers. Included measures are, for example, establishing a regional working group on nature-based solutions and cross-departmental working group on trees and sustainable urban drainage systems to promote and pilot water sensitive urban design, developing green infrastructure strategy, mapping access to green space in the city to identify areas of need, or conducting tree planting activities with schools. The plan will be updated every five years to reflect latest policy, technology and climate -related impacts. The plan was created in response to the requirements of the National Adaptation Framework and Action 181 of the National Climate Action Plan of the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment.