Friends of the Earth
An oil spill in Nigeria was allegedly caused by a firm owned by an oil multinational with billions invested in the North Sea.
Undercover operations by so-called spycops to infiltrate Scottish anti-nuclear groups were not justified, an independent inquiry has concluded.
Concerns have been raised that Scottish local authorities are “massively underestimating” their carbon footprints, after an external review of one council’s climate pollution saw its reported emissions quadruple in one year.
BP has spent nearly £60,000 on social media adverts targeted at Scottish users and championing its green credentials in the last three months.
29 new oil and gas projects in the UK North Sea could cause one billion tonnes of emissions despite the pausing of the Cambo oil field.
Pollution and environmental extractivism are devastating for human health as well as the planet, according to campaigners. As COP26 delegates return home, three activists from across the globe tell their stories.
Air pollution will be the subject of a Scotland-wide investigation – the first to be carried out by the country's new environmental watchdog, The Ferret can reveal.
Almost a third of Scotland’s streets have higher levels of toxic particle air pollution than they did before the Covid-19 pandemic.
More than a hundred executives with links to industries blamed for pollution were permitted to take part in vital international talks to combat climate change.