Mark Ruffalo urges Eamon Ryan to assess risk of terrorist attack on LNG terminals

Forty US and Irish environmental organisations and advocates have written a letter to Green Party leader imploring him to remain opposed to the importation of fracked gas

Mark Ruffalo: says if pipelines are considered a security risk, then LNG has to be considered one too. Picture: Getty

Mark Ruffalo, the Hollywood actor, has called on Eamon Ryan to assess the risk of a terrorist attack on any Irish liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals ahead of making any decisions on new fossil fuel infrastructure in Ireland.

Ruffalo, who is a prominent environmental campaigner, was speaking to the Business Post after he and 40 US and Irish environmental groups signed a letter imploring Ryan to “not do a U-turn” on the programme for government ...