Tag Archive for 'States of Deliberation'

Reduce weight of household waste to reduce the parish refuse rate

January 23rd, 2013 by Richard Lord

The States of Guernsey Public Services Department offers Guernsey residents the option of recycling a very large assortment of materials at the bring banks, at the Longue Hougue recycling facility, and at Chouet for green (garden) waste, but many people in our community do not use these facilities. The imperative to recycle is greater than […]

Guernsey’s Women’s Development Forum discusses how to get more women to stand for election in 2016

December 4th, 2012 by Womens Development Forum

More than 70 female professionals gathered together at the Les Cotils in November 2012 to discuss issues facing women in Guernsey’s States of Deliberation at the Women’s Development Forum’s ‘Vote for Change’ Seminar. Amongst those in attendance were Deputy Michelle Le Clerc, Deputy Heidi Soulsby, Former Deputy Jane Stephens and Deputy Paul Luxon, Minister of […]

Over ninety-percent of Guernsey’s usual household waste is recyclable

February 12th, 2012 by Richard Lord

My household of four people has begun to study how much waste it generates and how much can be recycled each week. Week one In the first week of the study beginning on 28 January 2012, 10,697 grams or about 10.7 kgs of waste was produced in total; 9725 grams or about 9.7 kgs of […]

Deputy Gloria Dudley-Owen introduces her amendment on the Waste Hierarchy

October 4th, 2010 by Gloria Dudley-Owen

Thank you Mr. Bailiff My thanks to Her Majesty’s Controller Mr. McMahon for his understanding, help and advice in clarifying points on this complicated subject. There are no cost implications with the adoption of this amendment. Our environment policy states in part that “consideration of our environment will be core to all policy decisions,” and […]

Deputy Flouquet cannot give an assurance that massburn incineration won’t be an option for treating Guernsey’s solid waste

October 1st, 2010 by Bernard Flouquet

This is a transcript of the debate on Deputy Gloria Dudley-Owen’s Amendment on the Waste Hierarchy in the States of Deliberation on 1 October 2010. Deputy Graham Guille asked PSD Minister Deputy Bernard Flouquet for assurance that Guernsey wouldn’t end up again with incineration to deal with our solid waste. Deputy Graham Guille said “In […]

Deputy Gloria Dudley-Owen introduces her Waste Hierarchy Amendment to the States of Deliberation

September 30th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Deputy Gloria Dudley-Owen introduces her Amendment on the Waste Hierarchy to the States of Deliberation. In response to Deputy Flouquet’s comment on Deputy Dudley-Owen’s Amendment, Deputy Dudley-Owen relies and a discussion ensues about Article 4.

Scott Ogier’s speech during the States of Deliberation Energy Policy debate in June 2008

June 25th, 2008 by Scott Ogier

Well I am glad to finally get to the Energy Policy. Much has been said already, I would, however, like to make a few salient points. It is fair to say the members of the group did not all start out of the same mind. As documents were read, presentations viewed and events attended we […]

Deputy Scott Ogier’s speech on Peak Oil and exponential growth to the States of Deliberation

November 27th, 2007 by Scott Ogier

I want to spend a little time on something called Peak Oil It is something I have mentioned here before in this chamber. There was a packed presentation at Candie lecture theatre the other night on the topic at which there were three Deputies, it was a shame there wasn’t more. Some people went through […]