The Access Initiative – National Coalition for Ireland

Ian Carey Letters, News

To An Taoiseach, The Minister for the Environment and the Government of Ireland The Access Initiative – National Coalition for Ireland Further to our letter of 28 February 2012, we, the Environmental Pillar, plus the undersigned environmental organisations, are writing to you as The Access Initiative’s (TAI) national coalition for Ireland.  TAI is the world’s largest network of civil society …

Ian CareyThe Access Initiative – National Coalition for Ireland

Rights at Risk at the United Nations

Ian Carey Letters, News

Open Letter to the Secretary General for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD), Co-Chairs of the Bureau for Rio+20 and Member-States of the United Nations RIGHTS AT RISK AT THE UNITED NATIONS We – the civil society organizations and social movements who have responded to the call of the United Nations General Assembly to participate in the Rio+20 …

Ian CareyRights at Risk at the United Nations

Taoiseach urged to reform Seanad by nominating environmentalists

Ian Carey News, Press Releases

The Environmental Pillar, an umbrella organisation that represents the Irish environment, called on the Taoiseach today to “begin a radical reform of the Seanad” by including leading environmental scientists and representatives in his list of Seanad nominees. “The scientific evidence shows that environmental degradation is occurring now, and that it is a growing threat to society,” said Joanne Pender of …

Ian CareyTaoiseach urged to reform Seanad by nominating environmentalists

Environmentalists tell Government ‘there’s no going back to business as usual’

Ian Carey News, Press Releases

New Social Partner launched at Government Buildings [imagebrowser id=2]At the official launch of the new Environmental Pillar of Social Partnership at Government buildings today environmental representatives called on the government not to lose sight of the the ecological crisis underlying the country’s current economic difficulties. Speaking after a photocall with Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Minister for the Environment John Gormley, …

Ian CareyEnvironmentalists tell Government ‘there’s no going back to business as usual’