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  • ESG Press Release on Brexit and Climate Change Protest 15th March 2019

    March 15th, 2019

    The ESG looks forward to the debate being held this evening by GBC Viewpoint on Brexit, ‘What If’, and hopes environmental issues such as waste, environmental protection and enforcement will be covered. As well as pragmatic issues of frontier fluidity and efficiency for people, goods, etc. the group is most concerned about cross border environmental […]


    ESG Radio Newsletter 14.03.2019

    March 14th, 2019

    (Keywords: Brexit/ Viewpoint/ Climate Protest / Environmental lobbying / Air Pollution, Monitoring and) (Complaints / Onshore power connections / Data / Traffic Issues / Health Impacts from pollution / DPC) It has been a few weeks since our last newsletter. Clearly Brexit developments continue to dominate many people’s priorities and concerns, and rightly so; it […]


    ESG Radio Newsletter   7th February 2019  

    February 8th, 2019

    The ESG notes there are growing numbers of entities and organisations pronouncing themselves as having the environment at the top of their agenda. This is a fresh and welcome change   – and bodes well for future generations. Of course, for our small group keeping the environment firmly on an apolitical footing is of paramount importance […]


    Radio Broadcast 24.01.19

    January 30th, 2019

    Key words:  New Year new issues/ CUTW outreach work/ Pollution Hotspots / elections & the environment / citizen reports and controls / CEPSA Refinery /  Hassan’s Centenary / Next DPC mtg The New Year is bringing up many environmental issues and it is positive to recognise that in broad terms there is far more awareness […]


    ESG on LNG New Power Station 23.01.19

    January 30th, 2019

    The ESG welcomes the news that the LNG project for power supply has taken the crucial step of producing and feeding energy into the grid. The group is closely following air and noise pollution issues in both the South and North districts and know there will be environmental gains in certain areas once the new […]


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