A £450 million plan by Ineos to develop the Grangemouth petrochemical complex for fracking is facing fierce opposition.
Scottish local authorities are investing £1.7 billion in 52 fossil fuel companies blamed for causing climate chaos.
Jim Ratcliffe, boss of Grangemouth petrochemical giant Ineos, secretly lobbied George Osborne when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer to muzzle the unions.
Loud noises produced by the fracking industry could cause sleep deprivation, stress and heart disease in surrounding communities.
Lethal exhaust fumes linked to degenerative brain diseases have polluted busy streets across Scotland in breach of safety limits.
Nuclear flights at a Highland airport breach runway safety limits and are expected to crack the asphalt surface.
Faslane, Ineos and BP are among hundreds of industrial sites across Scotland rated as “poor” or “very poor” on pollution.