Environmental Pillar Statement to Good Friday Agreement Committee

4 July, 2019 Links to full statements below Unleashing the full potential of the Good Friday Agreement and avoiding a No-Deal scenario are key to protecting the environment on the island of Ireland from the threat posed by Brexit, an Oireachtas Committee heard today. Speaking before the GFA Committee in her peronal capacity, barrister and […]

Threat to environment from trade deal discussed at Trade Union seminar

Michael Ewing, Coordinator of the Environmental Pillar, recently spoke at the TTIP Seminar as part of the IMPACT Divisional Conference, on 22nd May, 2015.  The presentation emphasised the core issues surrounding TTIP such as the ISDS (Investor-State Dispute Settlement) mechanism, transparency and regulatory coherence, and the main environmental concerns, relating to climate change, toxic food […]

Participatory democracy the story of a trojan horse

  View more presentations from Environmental Pillar Download the Document Participatory Democracy-the-story of a Trojan-horse