#OneWeeThing ahead of COP26

Wed, 10/27/2021 - 12:19


Belfast City Council are inviting individuals, community groups, schools and businesses to get involved in a new social media campaign to raise awareness of the climate crisis.

The campaign is calling on people across the city to do #OneWeeThing.

Everyone is encouraged to join the conversation on social media in the hope that it will inspire others to make one simple environmental change to their daily lives.

It will act as a catalyst for mobilising local action in the run up to COP26.

People can get involved in the campaign by joining the conversation on Facebook and Twitter, using the hashtag #OneWeeThing


The campaign was announced by Lord Mayor Kate Nicholl earlier this month. During the launch, Councillor Nicholl said “Every day, people across Belfast are doing their bit to tackle climate change, in unexpected and small ways. They aren’t politicians or activists, just people who are living life with the planet in mind."

“We want to shine a light on the stories and people who are doing #OneWeeThing to combat climate change, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem because if we come together, those collective efforts can make a big difference.”

You can read more about the #OneWeeThing here

Belfast City Council and COP26