Edinburgh-based bank NatWest lent £3 billion to North Sea oil and gas firms between 2016 and 2021 prompting criticism from environmentalists.
Scotland's environmental watchdog is paying £960 a year to be an associate member of the lobby group for the North Sea oil and gas industry.
The Scottish Government has been told to replace a fleet of high-emitting high speed trains, which have only been in operation since 2018.
Insurers have invested over £6bn in North Sea oil and gas firms since 2016, while removing cover and hiking prices for communities facing climate breakdown.
Two Edinburgh-based investment firms are shareholders in an energy company which plans to develop two of the largest untapped oil fields in the UK North Sea.
Financial comfort for young people surveyed was largely determined by their access to parental support. Respondents without access to a parental safety net said they were more likely to rely on higher cost forms of credit, like payday loans, to get by.
29 new oil and gas projects in the UK North Sea could cause one billion tonnes of emissions despite the pausing of the Cambo oil field.
The UK is missing out on "several hundred million pounds" in revenue due to cables from its offshore wind farms being owned in tax havens.
Environmental campaigners have accused Edinburgh City Council of 'creative carbon accounting' by failing to include the pollution caused by a waste incinerator based outside the capital.