Toxic exhaust fumes are polluting ten city streets across Scotland in breach of legal safety limits that should have been met eight years ago.
Locals report that the Mossmorran plant burns off gas for several days and nights in a row, with noise, vibration and light pollution invading people’s homes.
Scottish Natural Heritage has come under fire after backing down on plans to take legal action against landowners who don’t kill enough deer.
New evidence of the dramatic impact of carbon pollution on polar regions has prompted calls for the Scottish Government to toughen its climate targets.
More than 550 reservoirs have been rated as “high risk” because of the homes, roads and airports that could be flooded if they burst – and the dangers will increase with climate pollution.
Mounting evidence on plastic wastes contaminating beaches, polluting the oceans and harming wildlife is putting pressure on industry.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has been repeatedly wined and dined by the fish farming, whisky and power industries.
Wildlife, walking and woodland attractions are under threat from plans by Scotland’s largest public landowner to slash specialist staff.
The Grangemouth petrochemical giant, Ineos, has links with the offshore tax haven firm exposed by the recent ‘Paradise Papers’ leak.