Oil and gas companies collectively spent an estimated £654m last year on campaigns promoting their “green” credentials while continuing to lobby governments to support fossil fuels,
Scotland’s richest man, an earl, and private equity and property firms are among those developing carbon offsetting projects that critics say are pushing up land prices and allowing companies to “greenwash” their image.
Senior executives at the UK's oil regulator have significant shares in fossil fuel companies, prompting concerns from campaigners.
New research has examined the environmental pledges of eight oil and gas majors, and found them wanting in ten key areas.
BP has spent nearly £60,000 on social media adverts targeted at Scottish users and championing its green credentials in the last three months.
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.
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.
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.
‘Ignoring indigenous rights’: West Papuan campaigner speaks out on fossil fuel lobbyists at climate summit
The Ferret has revealed over 1,000 lobbyists from fossil fuel companies, big business and nuclear power companies are registered to attend COP26. West Papuan campaigner Raki Ap explains the human cost.