Independent body should be set up to protect environment in Northern Ireland

An independent body should be set up to protect the environment in Northern Ireland, according to latest research. More than 85 per cent of survey respondents were dissatisfied with environmental protection, the study by a coalition of green groups shows. Lough Neagh, the largest lake in the UK, is one of the most polluted in the world, claims the coalition, which will meet with environment minister Angela Smith in November to discuss the report. Transparency and Trust: Reshaping Environmental Governance in Northern Ireland can be viewed via

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