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mayo | environment | feature Saturday December 22, 2007 19:46 by Shell to Sea dublinshelltosea at gmail dot com 00353871323369
Eamon Ryan absent- doing a nixer for Shell or getting orders from the offshore operators group?
A small group of Shell to Sea activists scaled the heights of the Department of Natural Resources today, to place a banner reading PROTECT IRISH NATURAL RESOURCES on the balcony outside Eamon Ryan's office.
This action was carried out to bring to public attention the government's support for every aspect of the Rossport pipeline/refinery scheme, and the giveaway of Irish Natural resources to multinational companies like Shell, with no lasting benefit for people in Ireland. The Green party have now had a full term of the Dáil to honour their election promises, but sadly, their end of term report is is marked FAIL.