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Members states warn Juncker against ISDS concessions
As Juncker gives reassurances to the European Parliament over free trade with the US, 14 member states are urging him to stick to the script.
by Dave Keating on 22.10.2014 / 22:48 CET Continue reading
The CER has today, 22nd October 2014, published the Permissioning Process Map – Petroleum Exploration and Extraction in Ireland. The purpose of this document is to provide high level indicative guidance to petroleum undertakings on the potential sequencing and interaction between the assessment of safety cases and the issuance of safety permits by the CER and the other licenses/permits and consents issued by the other statutory authorities.
CER14766 Permissioning Process Map – Petroleum Exploration and Extraction in Ireland (pdf)
http://www.broadsheet.ie/2014/10/21/minnaar-in-eirinn/The award winning documentary “Unearthed ” is being screened in Carrick on Shannon on Friday 24th October at 7pm in the Bush Hotel, and MONDAY 27th Oct at 7pm in the Northside Community Center, Sligo Town.
(screenings over the weekend at the Black Box in Belfast 7pm Sat, and on Sunday 26th Oct. 7:30pm Cleenish Parish Hall, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh.) Continue reading
Protect our Coast and Glens http://us8.campaign-archive2.com/?u=689978e20e3c2b04dc76aa7bc&id=e3461c03a2&e=[UNIQID]
PROTECT OUR NORTH COAST: PRESS RELEASEView this email in your browserFor Immediate ReleaseDate: 18th October 2014
Press release: Protect Our North Coast (PONC) public meeting votes for a ban on fracking and demands meeting with Stormont Committee.
Campaigners lobbying to protect the North Coast from fracking held a public meeting in Portballintrae last Thursday night.At a packed meeting people from across the North Coast from Ballycastle to Limavady voted overwhelmingly to stop exploratory drilling and fracking in the area or anywhere in Northern Ireland.Melanie Brown, a former policy adviser and researcher for the New Zealand government and resident of Ballycastle, presented a detailed analysis of the dangers of fracking on the North Coast. Continue reading