The governments of China, Qatar, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates have extensive property portfolios in Scotland collectively worth nearly £250m.
Major financial backers of the Conservative Party own more than £50m of Scottish property through secretive companies registered in tax havens.
Coffee giant Costa sought involvement in drafting guidelines for drive-through restaurants, sparking concerns about lobbyists influencing new planning rules.
The Edinburgh investment firm, Abrdn, has faced protests about its fossil fuel investments at its annual AGM in the capital.
Authoritarian regimes and financial giants with stakes in the fossil fuel industry are among investors who would benefit from plans to use hydrogen heating.
Sepa has not committed to publishing the results of its compliance assessments which names and shames firms who break environmental rules.
Scotland's new energy minister, Gillian Martin, was the manager of an "emergency media response team for oil and gas companies".
A proposed new gas-fired power station at Peterhead could run at the same time as the existing one, the energy giant behind it has admitted, prompting fears it could accelerate the climate crisis.
The firm behind a Fife trial of hydrogen in homes has refused to release the findings of explosion testing because they could “undermine the project”.