Friends of the Earth Scotland
Latest news stories about Friends of the Earth Scotland from The Ferret.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has been accused of breaking the law by failing to maintain a public register of over 175,000 pollution permits.
An oil spill in Nigeria was allegedly caused by a firm owned by an oil multinational with billions invested in the North Sea.
Fossil fuel multinational, Ineos, accused of falsifying a record and flaring gas from a chemical plant at Grangemouth in breach of pollution rules.
Two Norwegian carbon capture projects reportedly faced problems which could have caused carbon dioxide (CO2) to leak.
Coffee giant Costa sought involvement in drafting guidelines for drive-through restaurants, sparking concerns about lobbyists influencing new planning rules.
Edinburgh councillors have voted to give local communities more power to appeal planning decisions and level the playing field between developers and residents.
Authoritarian regimes and financial giants with stakes in the fossil fuel industry are among investors who would benefit from plans to use hydrogen heating.
Nine groups — which make up the Revive coalition — have come together to write an open letter, seen by The Ferret, about the new Wildlife Management and Muirburn (Scotland) Bill which was introduced last month.
Sepa has not committed to publishing the results of its compliance assessments which names and shames firms who break environmental rules.