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- Quarry tax outcome
- Wind farm for north coast
- North Down Dump on Scotland
- Written warning over pollution laws
- Northern Ireland in the dock
- Strangford Lough saved?
- GM maize approved
- Legal wranglings over illegal waste
- Europe issues legal warning
- Strangford trawling ban extended
- Water Service pollutes salmon river
- See you in court!
- Environmental governance inquiry gets underway
- Environment review moving fast
- EPA denied
- Belfast says No to incinerator
- Belfast makes waves for climate justice
- Planning and the climate challenge
- An evening well spent with Michael Meacher
- Green housing plan launched
- Tell world leaders to turn down the heat
- Mexican stand-off
- NI Water must not be immune from the law.
- People Power for Positive Planning
- Friends of the Earth launches its first plastic bag
- Assembly end of term report - must do better
- Activism Gathering 2011
- What do you think of the planning system?
- Green No Deal?
- A vision for the Programme for Government
- Come to a screening of 'Gasland'
- Plan it!
Date: Wednesday 14th December 2011
Time: 1pm- 4pm
Venue: First Presbyterian Church,
This is your first chance to hear the results of the 2011 planning survey commissioned by Friends of the Earth.
This will be followed by an afternoon of lively debate on the purpose of planning; networking between professionals, individuals and groups; a chance to hear examples of good and poor planning interspersed with the odd sermon and confession.
Friends of the Earth will also outline the next steps in its planning campaign.
- Frank McDonald, Environment Editor, The Irish Times
- Dr. Geraint Ellis of Queens University, Belfast, author of the planning survey and report.
Light lunch served at 1pm
Event Followed by mulled wine and mince pies.
Please print off and complete the booking form, and return it to Friends of the Earth, 7 Donegall Street Place, Belfast, BT1 2FN.
Alternatively, email us with your details.
We look forward to seeing you there.