The oil and petrochemical giant, Ineos, has broken rules meant to prevent disasters and protect communities in central Scotland, according to a UK government safety watchdog.
Two oil multinationals have repeatedly failed to reduce the risks of major accidents at petrochemical plants in Fife, according to documents from the UK government’s Health and Safety Executive.
Fracking industry condemned by international tribunal for harming humanity, violating human rights and damaging nature.
Stirling University boasted that a Maltese academic implicated in the FBI probe into Russian links to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign had participated in a ‘Brexit Briefing’ at the Russian Parliament in 2016.
Taxpayer funded bodies paid up to £1,200 a head for staff and guests to attend an exclusive dinner with former US President Barack Obama.
The Ineos refinery at Grangemouth has been condemned for “poor” environmental performance for the second year running.
Loud noises produced by the fracking industry could cause sleep deprivation, stress and heart disease in surrounding communities.
Scotland’s environmental watchdog has been accused of being “in bed” with big companies after inviting the whisky industry to help appoint a pollution regulator.
Chemical contamination from the fracking industry could increase the risk of childhood leukaemia, according to new study by US scientists.