Pensions for Scotland’s environment agency (SEPA) are invested in fossil fuels and an English water company that spilled more sewage than any other last year.
Two oil and gas sites which already pump out more climate pollution than anywhere else in Scotland saw their emissions increase further in 2022.
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.
Scotland would need to see major lifestyle changes if it is to meet its climate target without relying on unproven carbon capture and storage technologies.
A proposed gas plant at Peterhead is on “rotten foundations” and could “seriously jeopardise” Scotland’s climate targets, the Scottish Government has been told.
Climate pollution from Scottish businesses rose by three per cent between 2017 and 2018 because emissions from a gas-fired power station at Peterhead doubled.
Rogue scallop dredgers are allegedly sabotaging the gear of crab and lobster fishermen operating off Scotland's east coast.