Lothian Pension Fund’s investments in fossil fuels has increased by £64 million - almost 40 per cent - since last year, according to new research.
Scots universities signed up to a COP26 network have shares worth nearly £5.2 million in fossil fuel firms and arms companies causing pollution.
An investment firm with £400m in fossil fuels is under attack for "hypocrisy" after it urged the Scottish Government to cut carbon pollution.
New fossil fuel developments planned across Scotland will lock the country into polluting the climate for decades and help “fry the planet”, campaigners are warning.
The pension fund for Scotland’s MSPs has invested over £100,000 in a Taiwanese company blamed for mass suicides at its iPhone factories - as well as in Russia, weapons, fossil fuels and tobacco.
Scottish local authorities are investing £1.7 billion in 52 fossil fuel companies blamed for causing climate chaos.
MSP pensions invested £3.2 million in weapons, tobacco and dirty fuels despite the dangers they pose to life, health and the planet.
Pension funds of 500,000 public sector workers in Scotland invest £1.7 billion in fossil fuel firms, exposing them to financial risk.