Natwest and Lloyd's underwrote a £500m bond issuance by Ithaca Energy in 2021, after it was named by the UN as supporting West Bank settlements.
The longtime sponsor of Edinburgh’s book festival has invested hundreds of millions of pounds in a firm which wants to drill for oil near the mouth of the River Amazon, close to a reef which is a wildlife hotspot.
Sue Paterson used to head up oil exploratuon for Shell in the North Sea, but will now serve on the board of Scotland's main environment regulator.
The government’s investment bank gave £50m to a forestry scheme later acquired by a New York finance giant, sparking claims it's obstructing land reform efforts.
Scotland’s court service is burning hundreds of kilograms of coal each winter – despite Scottish Government pledges to make public sector buildings friendlier to the environment.
A long-serving member of the board of Scotland’s environment watchdog is also a director at a North Sea oil drilling firm, The Ferret has found.
A Scots real estate firm will profit from the UK’s first deep coal mine in thirty years – a project described as “absolutely indefensible” by climate experts.
Campaigners in West Lothian are unhappy with a new watchdog's investigation into sewage pollution in the River Almond.
A round up of The Ferret's coverage of Scotland's environment in 2023 featuring our highlights of the year.