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  • Climate Change March supported by ESG 25.06.19

    June 25th, 2019

    ESG Supports Climate Change March The ESG will be supporting the Climate Change March taking place Tuesday 25th June, leaving from Casemates at 5.30pm. The group calls upon the community to turn out and support this important event.   The ESG and other NGOs will also be handing in a House Petition to 3 MPs […]


    Online NGOs Petition for action on Climate Change 24.06.19

    June 24th, 2019

    Please support the online joint NGOs petition for depoliticised action on Climate Change.   You can find the link here: https://www.change.org/p/hm-government-of-gibraltar-parents-for-future-climate-change-strike-gibraltar-83455f3a-a779-484c-8343-163a5df81e0b   Please sign and share!   Many thanks.   ESG  


    ESG announces 2nd Public Meeting 14.06.19

    June 14th, 2019

    The ESG announces a second public meeting for next Thursday 20th June at 7.30pm at the Charles Hunt Room, John Mackintosh Hall.    Marches, Government Pledges and Petitions on Climate issues continue and the ESG believes citizen debate is needed to exchange ideas and discuss the challenges facing Gibraltar in its journey towards achieving a healthier […]


    ESG urges hold back on 5G rollout plans 13.06.19

    June 14th, 2019

    The ESG has been witnessing the rise of 5G technology in the international public media with growing concern. While the UK Government has dismissed a close to 20,000 strong petition urging Parliament to consider the potential health and ecological impacts of this new phase technology, there are other countries announcing bans on its introduction on […]


    ESG voices concerns over seagull droppings on Solar Panels 10.06.19

    June 13th, 2019

    “The ESG has noted the sudden build up of seagull droppings on the solar panels on New Harbours Roof, an area whose inherently flat nature has always been a resting place for the birds prior to the installation of the panels. With the real potential this has of reducing solar capture, and of damaging the […]


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