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  • ESG Press Release on Climate Strategy Publication 19.11.21

    November 22nd, 2021

    The ESG was glad to finally see the publication of our Climate Change Strategy on the last day of COP26.  It is crucial that we understand the challenge that lies before us, as a community, to radically reduce our carbon footprint alongside every other nation on the planet. However the group believes the strategy must […]


    COP26 CLIMATE CONFERENCE NOW UPON US 25.10.21

    October 26th, 2021

    As the world looks towards Glasgow and the start of possibly the most crucial global gathering ever for discussion on Climate Change, the ESG notes that here in Gibraltar we have yet to publish our own strategy earmarking a pathway to reduce our impacts and emissions. We have been publicly and directly calling on Government […]


    HANDING IN PETITION ON ROSIA BAY 15.10.21 – GIBRALTAR CHRONICLE

    October 15th, 2021

    Rosia Bay petition handed in to the Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo. Pic by Johnny Bugeja (Chronicle) BY PRIYA GULRAJ  15th October 2021 A petition with nearly 5,500 signatures opposing the proposed development of Rosia Bay was handed to Chief Minister Fabian Picardo on Friday. The petition was last month launched online by The Nautilus Project […]


    THANKS! To all Clean up Volunteers 18.09.21

    September 20th, 2021

    Gibraltar was buzzing with teams today from around 9am this morning, heading to sites, ready to do their bit for our environment – with great success! Over 500 volunteers, at 26 sites, cleared, picked, grabbed and swept shorelines, revetments, underwater sites, open water and various green habitats throughout our Nature Reserve, in a bid to […]


    Clean up the World 2021 Ready to go! 17.08.21

    September 17th, 2021

    CLEAN UP THE WORLD 2021 PRESS RELEASE Organisers of this years Clean up the World are pleased to confirm widespread support from our community for this Saturday’s awareness raising action. Schools, Clubs, Agencies, NGOs, businesses, families and the Gibraltar Regiment will make up the over 500 volunteers registered. 26 teams and supporters will be spread […]


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