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  • Joint Statement issued by NGOs on Rosia Bay 21.11.22

    November 21st, 2022

    The GONHS, ESG, Gibraltar Heritage Trust and Nautilus Project welcome the Expressions of Interest notice for Rosia Bay that was issued by HMGoG last Friday 18th November. It is encouraging to note that the approach is now a holistic one that includes the AHQ building as well as Rosia Bay and the Rosia Mole as […]


    November 8th, 2022

    With COP27 underway in Egypt, it seems only yesterday that COP26 took place in Glasgow with plenty of fanfare. Though far from perfect, a number of commitments were made by world leaders to take meaningful action to reduce carbon emissions and support those most affected by climate impacts today. These commitments are now under scrutiny […]

    COP27 Climate Crisis 03.11.22

    November 3rd, 2022

    ESG Radio Newsletter 3rd November 2022 With COP27 launching in Egypt next weekend it really does seem only weeks since the last and much heralded COP26 took place in Glasgow. Then, much fanfare was made of the commitments from world leaders to meaningfully reduce their countries carbon emissions. The British Government had also published an […]

    Radio Broadcast 13.10.22

    October 14th, 2022

    ESG Radio Broadcast 13th October 2022   Key topics:  Follow up activity post Clean up/ Seven Sisters and ongoing oil concerns/ / Development & Planning Meeting / Climate Change and need for far greater prominence Hi! There is much to cover today in a short space of time so here goes!! Many of you will remember […]

    Clean up the World – Thanks to all Volunteers, Sponsors and Support teams Sept 2022

    October 2nd, 2022

    Check out Chronicle link which carries pics of all teams and supporters:- The ESG thanks all volunteers, logistics support, sponsors and our key steering team for a successful and effective Clean up the World 2022.  The energy and determination displayed by volunteers during their Gibraltar-wide action was truly inspiring. Harmful waste was removed, issues were […]