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  • ESG says latest oil spill unacceptable 11th May 2021

    May 13th, 2021

    Fresh Oil Spill Unacceptable                                     The ESG was yesterday alerted to yet another oil slick off our coastline, which was later traced to have landed at three of our beaches including Rosia, Camp and Little Bay. The thick black sludge was present in worrying levels at Rosia Bay and reports were made with the Department […]

    Radio Newsletter 15.04.21

    April 22nd, 2021

    Keywords: ESG Meetings/ Sandy Bay Development / EMF Monitors/ Trading between Gib and UK / Upper Rock and Traffic access / Cycling event As situation Covid continues fairly quietly now, life is beginning to get busy for everyone. So too is our environment and the ESG is also busy following up on the many issues […]

    ESG welcomes EMF Monitors and Portal 13.04.21

    April 14th, 2021

    The ESG welcomes the recent rollout of the new Electromagnetic Field monitors (EMF) and online Portal in Gibraltar by the GRA.  The group has been calling for such monitoring for many years and their arrival is therefore heralded as good news. Nevertheless as one can easily observe when going onsite the GRA are applying ICNIRP levels to […]

    Joint Statement Heritage Trust, ESG and GONHS…06.04.21

    April 7th, 2021

    The Gibraltar Heritage Trust (GHT), Environmental Safety Group (ESG) and Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society (GONHS) note plans to develop housing along the slope to the south of Both Worlds.   Since it was replenished with sand, Sandy Bay has become a very popular beach both for locals and as part of Gibraltar’s more […]

    Radio Newsletter 25.03.21

    March 29th, 2021

      Keywords: Earth Hour / Litter / Climate Change Strategy / Energy / Traffic & Idling / Cycling Earth Hour will be taking place this Saturday the 27th March. Each year communities are invited to switch off their lights for an hour from 8.30pm local time and w have encouraged Gibraltar to participate in this […]