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category national | environment | other press author Tuesday January 31, 2006 14:22author by green greenie Report this post to the editors

“Our only litmus test for joining is that you’re serious about it. If you’ve party politics, you leave them at the door,” said Ms Sinnott, adding that she was only a ‘midwife’ to the birth of the forum.

Bid to unite communities in environmental fight

26/01/2006 - 4:33:23 PM

A new environmental forum has been set up to unite communities fighting against industrial pollution, incinerators and mobile phone masts.

The Irish Environmental Forum will include more than 20 different groups from around the country.

Its new chairwoman, Independent MEP Kathy Sinnott, said the environmental movement had been hampered by the lack of a national voice.

“There’s no substitute for the local fight, but we want local groups linked up for mutual help and information, and to nationally start highlighting the fact that it isn’t just happening in one place. There’s a similar disregard for people’s health and the environment all over the country,” she said.

The groups who have signed up to the forum in three preliminary meetings include farmers concerned about industrial pollution in Limerick, residents fighting against the Indaver incinerator in Cork Harbour, and people opposed to mobile phone masts in Waterford.

“Our only litmus test for joining is that you’re serious about it. If you’ve party politics, you leave them at the door,” said Ms Sinnott, adding that she was only a ‘midwife’ to the birth of the forum.

She said that officials in the European Commission had pointed out to her that while countries like Holland and Sweden had strong national environmental groups, the environmental movement in Ireland lacked a similar voice.

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Irish Environmental Forum
A new independent, people-oriented environmental NGO
Contact : Pat Geoghegan
geogheganpat [at] eircom.net

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   Best wishes     W. Finnerty    Wed Feb 01, 2006 10:29 
   Meeting about Irish waste policies     Cathy Swift    Thu Feb 16, 2006 21:20 
   Cathy     Curious    Fri Feb 17, 2006 10:28 
   re: PBP     green greenie    Fri Feb 17, 2006 10:36 
   Ssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh     Michael Barrymore (not that one)    Sat Mar 11, 2006 18:17 


 
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