What does a failed Scottish wind manufacturer, pirates in Equatorial Guinea and Aberdeen cow pat have in common? They’re all discussed on this week’s EVOL, of course – in association with the International School Aberdeen.
The team delve in to the latest news the Scottish Government has pulled the plug on support for BiFab, in what might be the last nail in the coffin for the beleaguered firm.
Then it’s XR’s protest at BP Aberdeen, which saw Allister writing (another) shite article. Have Extinction Rebellion got a valid argument or do their tactics stink? Rounding us off, Ed takes us through some troubling times in Equatorial Guinea which has emerged as a ‘soft target’ for pirates, having exposed security shortcomings at an LNG terminal.
And finally, with the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow postponed until November 2021, we are bringing together some of the leading voices in the energy transition debate in our brand new virtual summit on November 19, 2020.
Find out more, and register for the event, free, at etidex.co.uk