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  • Coalition delivers Petition for Climate Action to No. 6 21.09.19

    September 21st, 2019

    Coalition for Climate Action – (CCA) 21st September 2019 ‘The Coalition for Climate Action yesterday delivered a Petition to Government calling for an independent body to manage Climate Change targets. Over 2,000 signatures were presented to the Minister for the Environment and Climate Change. This took place after a lively and energised group of protesters […]


    ESG PR re Cold Ironing 20.09.19

    September 20th, 2019

    ESG on Cold Ironing 20th September 2019 ‘ESG has campaigned for onshore power connection for vessels for several years to help reduce quayside pollution from vessels. We welcome yesterday’s announcement that the first facility for this will soon be installed at the Extension Jetty area. This is a busy, multi-use berthing facility that can produce […]


    ESG Radio Call for Climate Demo Support 19.09.19

    September 19th, 2019

    ESG Radio Newsletter 19.09.19 We have reached that all- important date in your diary..  the 20th September- a day of action throughout the world where communities everywhere are standing up for the environment and climate change. Marches are taking place globally supporting a movement called Parents for Future – Climate Change Strike. We call upon […]


    CLEAN UP THE WORLD 2019

    September 8th, 2019

    The ESG is once again organising a Gibraltar wide clean up to continue to encourage civic pride and responsibility amongst our community. 15 years on Clean up the World has taken firm root in the pysche of the public with very few people unaware of our annual campaign. Already volunteers are signing up and we […]


    ESG PR re LNG STS 06.09.19

    September 8th, 2019

    ESG Press Release re LNG Ship to Ship Transfer 06.09.2019 The ESG would like to refer to the recent and unlicensed, largest ever European LNG ship to ship transfer, that took place in our waters this week. While the group notes the explanation provided by Government and the Gibraltar Port Authority, that safety issues were […]


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