An oil spill in Nigeria was allegedly caused by a firm owned by an oil multinational with billions invested in the North Sea.
Firm which owns the Cambo oil field is on a United Nations blacklist for doing business in Israeli-occupied West Bank settlements,
BP has spent nearly £60,000 on social media adverts targeted at Scottish users and championing its green credentials in the last three months.
The plan to drill for oil deep under the sea at Cambo, north west of Shetland, is “uneconomic” and would breach international targets to cut climate pollution.
The main developer behind the Cambo oil field is ultimately owned in an offshore tax haven, which could deprive the UK of tens of millions of pounds.
The expansion of Heathrow airport will lead to an extra 600,000 tonnes of climate pollution from Scotland’s airports over 15 years, according to an analysis by the Scottish Government.