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  • Radio Broadcast 14th December 2017

    January 12th, 2018

    ESG Radio Newsletter 141217   Looking ahead to 2018 the ESG will continue pursuing its aims for a safer and healthier Gibraltar by focusing on all its core objectives set out and available for anyone interested to access on our website, that’s esg-gib.net. Our target areas include: climate change and local actions to address this, […]


    ESG welcomes Renewable Energy Feedback to Grid 12/12/17

    December 13th, 2017

    The ESG strongly welcomes the excellent news that consumers of the Gibraltar Electricity Authority will soon be able to feed electricity generated at home from renewable sources, back into the grid.   This objective has been a long-term aim of the group who regard this announcement by Government as very positive indeed.   The group […]


    ESG on Transport 12/12/17

    December 12th, 2017

                                         ESG Press Release on Transport Issues                               The ESG recently held a lengthy meeting with the Minister for Transport and his team and presented concerns and objectives on this issue. The group was grateful to the Minister for the time given and for his consideration of all issues raised. The ESG expressed the need for a bold […]


    Radio Newsletter 23rd November 2017

    November 27th, 2017

    Radio Broadcast: Key words: Lobbying Government/ Seven Sisters Clean up/ Alternatives to plastics/Microbeads/Christmas and Recycling/DPC   We are busy these weeks tackling various areas of concern and interest to us and holding meetings with Government on traffic, development, pollution and more. We shall post updates on progress on our webpage.   You may have seen […]


    ESG organise another Seven Sisters Clean up 16/11/17

    November 18th, 2017

    ESG Press Release 16th November 2017 Seven Sisters Coastline Cleared of Plastics and harmful waste   CUTW Campaign continued its work last weekend with a group of volunteers tackling the beautiful coastline known as Seven Sisters. The Gibraltar Defence Police Marine Section helped us on and off the site with the team getting down to an […]


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