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Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Plant Certification: Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (2 Apr 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I thank Mr. Melvin.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Plant Certification: Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (2 Apr 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: The commission had two consultants. The first set was not satisfactory.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Energy Plant Certification: Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (2 Apr 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: Is Dr. McGowan aware that the consultant had worked with the bank on due diligence?

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: It has been suggested in the contributions that these few lines are pivotal. I think they make common sense. We should be guided but it should be looked at in a schematic way, and the schematic way is by moving towards reducing carbon emissions and taking carbon out of the way we live. I remind members that one of the requirements of the energy regulator when putting renewables on the grid...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: What is being proposed in the amendment is too prescriptive. It is quite clear that we are talking about active labour market policies which when read, as Deputy Sherlock said, in conjunction with the line at 3582, set out that the interventions agreed to can address concerns about the active labour market policies that might be put in place. JobPath may be no more. There may be something...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: Whether there was a whip applied in the vote on this amendment, I could never support something along the lines of what has been proposed as it shows a great lack of understanding. Primarily, it shows that there is a major divide in relation to urban and rural areas in who will carry the burden in meeting our climate action and climate change ambitions. In one fell swoop, rural areas are...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: My understanding is that we are moving towards electric vehicles and whatever other solutions we come up with. That is the way we ought to be going. This sounds like nanny state stuff to me.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: No, I am talking specifically about amendment No. 45 on the speed limits.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action: Third Report of Citizens' Assembly: Discussion (Resumed) (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I was not referring to Deputy Smith's recommendation.

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I support the protest outside the Dáil which will take place this afternoon by the National Ambulance Service Representative Association, NASRA, the members of which are in dispute with their employer, the HSE. NASRA, which represents more than 600 ambulance personnel, currently falls under the umbrella of the Psychiatric Nurses Association, PNA. This group of workers within the...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (27 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: It is misery.

Seanad: Wildlife (Amendment) Bill 2016: Second Stage (Resumed) (26 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: Will the next generation?

Seanad: Wildlife (Amendment) Bill 2016: Second Stage (Resumed) (26 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: The Minister of State will be well aware that environmental designation of land can have a severe impact on the ability of human beings to pursue legitimate socioeconomic objectives. I point to the western seaboard, and the west in general, as an example of where most of the lands designated as SACs are located. Contrary to what one might assume, a major road can run through an SAC and...

Seanad: Sea-Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2017: Report and Final Stages (26 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: At 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday, 27 March 2019.

Seanad: Sea-Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2017: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I spoke on Second Stage but want to make some brief comments.

Seanad: Sea-Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2017: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: It is important to note that the Supreme Court judgment which upheld the finding of the High Court did not say that voisinagearrangements are not valid but only that we do not have sufficient provision in domestic law to support the arrangements whereby Northern Ireland fishermen can come into the six-mile zone. The Supreme Court did note, however, that the arrangements were "a sensible...

Seanad: Sea-Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2017: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: Next Tuesday.

Seanad: Sea-Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2017: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: At 2.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 26 March 2019.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Coillte: Chairperson Designate (12 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I wish Ms Gray well in her new role, which sounds exciting, and I thank her for her presentation. I have a number of questions. In the past, Coillte appeared before the committee regarding concerns landowners have raised regarding partnership, the different types of partnership and how people feel they were sold a pig in a poke and did not get value for what they had given to Coillte. They...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Coillte: Chairperson Designate (12 Mar 2019)

Michelle Mulherin: I have a supplementary question. Given that has happened, that addresses the communications aspect. The particular landowners we heard from had issues. Now that they know the position, is Coillte dealing with objections or challenges regarding the agreements as to what people thought they were getting into and what Coillte has communicated to them?

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