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Thursday January 01 1970

Shell to Sea Public Meeting --The Corrib gas project: 10 years on

category dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Friday February 12, 2010 13:50author by Dublin S2S - Dublin Shell to Seaauthor email dublins2s at gmail dot comauthor phone 086 7362417 Report this post to the editors

Public meeting to discuss the current status of the struggle.
€420 Billion Gas and Oil Giveaway
€420 Billion Gas and Oil Giveaway

Public talk in UCD

Room to be confirmed closer to the date

Thursday 18th February @ 5pm

The Corrib gas refinery and pipeline has attracted varying levels of public attention over the past ten years, from support for the Rossport Five to national protests against the project, and most recently the decision by An Bord Pleanala that over half the proposed gas pipeline route is ‘unacceptable’ on safety grounds.

This talk in UCD will feature speakers from a number of groups which are active around various aspects of the gas project:

Maura Harrington, a prominent activist within the Shell to Sea campaign, will outline the background to the Corrib gas project, detailing the issues driving the Shell to Sea campaign and referring to her own and the community’s experiences over the past ten years.

Caoimhe Kerins, a spokesperson for Dublin Shell to Sea, will highlight the national focus of the Shell to Sea campaign and discuss the implications of the Corrib gas project for the people of Ireland, particularly in terms of the ‘great gas giveaway.’

Andy Story Storey, UCD lecturer and Chairperson of Afri, will talk about Afri’s recent petition and call for a suspension of all work on the Corrib Gas project, pending an independent and comprehensive investigation of its safety, human rights, economic and environmental dimensions.

A question and answers session will follow.

Related Link: http://www.dublinshelltosea.com

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Packed Shell to Sea Meeting in UCD     Frank Ryan    Fri Feb 19, 2010 14:25 
   Some pics from the meeting     Frank Ryan Jnr    Fri Feb 19, 2010 14:53 


 
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