International Conference 1995
Protection: The Role of the State"
postage: Ireland - €2.00; UK & Europe - €4.00;
of the World - €4.00)
Matt Murphy, Director, Sherkin Island Marine Station
Island Marine Station Environment Award - 1995
Presented to Mr. Pádraig O Loingsigh
Mr. Brendan Howlin, T.D., Minister for the Environment.
Canada: Its Roles and Responsibilities"
Mr. Ken Hamilton, Regional Director, Environmental Protection
Branch, Atlantic Branch, Environment Canada, Nova Scotia,
Protection in the Future - A New Approach"
Mr. Liam M. McCumiskey, Director General, Environmental
Protection Agency, Wexford, Ireland.
Evolution of Federal and State Roles in Water Quality Management"
Mr. Norbert A. Jaworski, US EPA, Narragansett, RI, USA
& Dr. Leo Hetling, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy,
of Water and Environmental Management in Britain and Europe"
Ms. Yvonne Rees, Team Leader, Environmental Policy and
Legislation & Thomas Zabel, Senior Consultant, Environmental
Management, WRc plc, Medmenham, Marlow, Bucks, UK.
Pollution Control: Myth or Method - a UK Perspective"
Mr. K.V. Anderson, Aspinwall & Company, Shrewsbury,
UK. & Mr. Gus Carroll, Aspinwall & Company, London,
An Taisce Fulfilling its Stated Role?"
Mr. David Hickie, An Taisce, Dublin, Ireland.
Role of a County Council in Environmental Protection"
Mr. Noel Dillon, Cork County Manager, Cork, Ireland.
Can they Afford the Cost of Environmental Protection?"
Mr. Gerry Gunning, Executive Secretary, IFA National Rural
Development Committee, Dublin, Ireland.
Industry and the EPA Standards"
Mr. Matt Moran, Director, Irish Pharmaceutical and Chemical
Manufacturers Federation within IBEC, Dublin, Ireland.
the US Controlling its Coastal Pollution?"
Ms. Diane Rusanowsky, Fisheries Biologist, National Oceanic
& Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries
Service, Milford, Connecticut, USA.
UK's Strategy for Sustainable Development"
Mr. John Stevens, Department of the Environment, London,
Strategy for Sustainable Development"
Ms. Maureen Doyle, Department of the Environment, Dublin,
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