Friends of the Earth Scotland
Latest news stories about Friends of the Earth Scotland from The Ferret.
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.
The whisky industry has been accused to trying to "sabotage" the Scottish Government’s deposit return scheme for drinks containers.
Scotland's new energy minister, Gillian Martin, was the manager of an "emergency media response team for oil and gas companies".
A proposed new gas-fired power station at Peterhead could run at the same time as the existing one, the energy giant behind it has admitted, prompting fears it could accelerate the climate crisis.
The Scottish Government gave £8.6m of green funding to a coal firm's biomass project.
A missing analysis of the future of jobs and oil reserves in the North Sea is undermining confidence in the consultation on Scotland's new energy strategy.
Oil giant Shell is trying to get a staff member elected to the board of Scotland's renewable energy body, leading to concerns.