Scottish Government gave £8m of green funds to coal firm’s project
The Scottish Government gave £8.6m of green funding to a coal firm's biomass project.
Consultation on Scottish energy plan “lacking transparency”
A missing analysis of the future of jobs and oil reserves in the North Sea is undermining confidence in the consultation on Scotland's new energy strategy.
Edinburgh firm has £50m investment in embattled coal giant
An Edinburgh investment company holds £50m worth of bonds issued by a coal giant accused of "pulling off the biggest corporate con in history".
Shell accused of ‘muscling in’ on Scotland’s renewable body
Oil giant Shell is trying to get a staff member elected to the board of Scotland's renewable energy body, leading to concerns.
New row over tree felling at iconic Carnoustie golf club
Hundreds of trees felled at a world famous Scottish golf course have not been replaced after more than two years, according to outraged locals.
Revealed: The spiralling cost of Scotland’s flood defences
Twenty-eight ‘vital’ Scottish flood defence schemes are now expected to cost nearly one billion pounds – three times more than was first estimated in 2016.
Revealed: The insurance players entangled in North Sea oil
Fifteen insurance giants were accused of “threatening people’s futures”, after The Ferret revealed their involvement in underwriting North Sea oil fields.
East Lothian Council accused of creating ‘two-tier access’ to environmental data
Critics say the policy of charging for environmental information in East Lothian means residents are unable to access vital data on their local environment.
Scientists warn hydrogen heating could be net-zero ‘distraction’
The Scottish Science Advisory Council also cautioned that there was a risk that hydrogen heating could be promoted to benefit commercial interests.