The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It took place in Glasgow, Scotland from 31 October to 12 November 2021.
The area of new woodland being created in Scotland has fallen to its lowest level in five years, a new analysis by The Ferret has found.
Glasgow City Council has spent almost £10m on agency workers to empty bins and deal with recycling in the last five years, we can reveal.
The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) has rejected calls for an independent inquiry into policing over the course of COP26.
Edinburgh-based bank NatWest lent £3 billion to North Sea oil and gas firms between 2016 and 2021 prompting criticism from environmentalists.
Campaigners claim that exploration licences to drill in a 466-mile area for gold, silver, zinc, copper, and lead were awarded without proper consultation.
A dozen Scots politicians, including two government ministers, were wined and dined by companies at a £200 per head dinner during the COP26 summit, The Ferret can reveal.
Police Scotland “lied” to the Scottish Police Authority to “cover up their failures” when questioned on its policing of two protests during COP26, alleges a report by police monitoring network Netpol and campaign group Article 11.
Ferret Fact Service looked at loss and damage and how it was addressed at COP26.
Dozens of official and unofficial side events were organised by polluting companies or fossil fuel lobby groups at COP26. But were they offering 'solutions' or was it all greenwash? Our short film explores corporate COP.