Pension funds of 500,000 public sector workers in Scotland invest £1.7 billion in fossil fuel firms, exposing them to financial risk.
The “naming and shaming” of the 75 salmon farms that have shot 180 seals around the Scottish coast over the last two years has prompted calls for a boycott by consumers and supermarkets.
The multi-millionaire oil tycoon, Algy Cluff, is delaying a planning application to gasify coal under the Firth of Forth in the face of mounting political opposition.
Revelations that an underground coal gas plant in Australia is facing prosecution for allegedly contaminating over 300 square kilometres of farmland have sparked fears that the same could happen in Scotland.
The day after Scottish ministers announced a moratorium on fracking they were privately warned by a multi-millionaire oil tycoon that Scotland would lose investment worth £250 million.
Three decades after the Union Carbide disaster, the campaign for justice for the victims, and the effigy-burning, goes on.
The Duke of Buccleuch lobbied the Energy Minister, Fergus Ewing, and government officials behind closed doors to fast-track a £1 billion plan for one of Scotland’s biggest-ever wind farms.
More than 430 public bodies in Scotland are investing over £1.4 billion in pollution, tobacco and weapons despite the dangers posed to the planet, human health and life around the world.
Eight beaches across Scotland officially condemned as "poor" because their polluted bathing waters make people sick have been given prizes for "good water quality" by the government-backed charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful.