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ABOUT two thousand litres of oil could have gone into the sea during Friday’s oil spill, the Gibraltar Government has revealed.
CARGO ships and tankers that use Liquid Natural Gas as their main fuel will now be able to get topped up on the Rock.
MINISTER John Cortes has been busy representing Gibraltar on the international scene while sat in his office on virtual meetings.
Walkers in Gibraltar and visitors from the Costa del Sol will now be able to enjoy a number of trails all over the Upper Rock Nature Reserve.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a reminder we need to care for nature like we care for ourselves, said the Gibraltar Government on World Environment Day.
Gibraltar Government sources confirmed that works to fortify the main sewer forced rotten sewage to spill into the luxury marina through storm drains.
One percent of all vehicles are powered to some extent by electricity, in figures released in Parliament recently,
The John Mackintosh Hall is now more sustainably equipped with Governor’s Parade next to get a major facelift after a long time in the shadows.
After deadly sea creatures that have the potential to kill dogs or children were spotted lying on beaches in Gibraltar, an marine expert speaks up.
‘Lets Ditch Plastic!’- Primary school asks Gibraltar supermarkets to cut down on plastic to stop pollution
St Joseph's Primary School have today asked Gibraltar’s three main supermarkets to cut down using plastic as part of the ClimACT school project.
THE death of some yellow-legged gulls could lead to a criminal investigation by the RGP after they were found to be poisoned.
Radical change is needed to save the human race, according to the founder of Extinction Rebellion in Gibraltar
A new Extinction Rebellion group is starting up on the Rock to fight climate change on local and regional issues related to the environment.