The brightest young minds from Scottish marketing and communications agencies have been challenged to create a global climate change campaign that will reach and inspire fellow 16 to 24-year-olds.
With COP26 approaching, amid reports that police are preparing for major civic disruption, there are also plans that the Scottish criminal courts may be opened for extra sessions to deal with a potentially high number of arrests during the conference.
COP26: ‘Last chance’ warning as UK climate change chief grilled on oil and gas, flights and rising temperatures
With less than two months to go before the world descends on Scotland for a major UN climate change conference, the summit’s president warned “the window is closing” on global targets.
The chairman of Deltic Energy has underscored the need for domestic natural gas supply in the UK in order to meet net zero.
Two Aberdeen pupils are to represent the city in the grand final of a Scotland-wide competition designed to teach youngsters about green hydrogen.
Politicians must give people confidence that the changes needed to slash climate emissions are "desirable and possible for us all", Sir David Attenborough has urged.
A senior executive at Baker Hughes and chair of this year’s Offshore Europe has told the conference that the industry is well aware of its “responsibility” to net zero and “didn’t need COP26 to prick our conscience”.
Westminster is to fund hotel quarantine stays for delegates travelling to COP26 from red list countries.
How can continuing to extract oil and gas from beneath our seas play a role in tackling climate change? Shouldn’t we just shut down North Sea production now?
Climate activist Greta Thunberg has said she does not believe Scotland is a world leader on climate change, as the Scottish Government claims.
Extinction Rebellion has kicked off its fifth mass protest in London as activists demanded the Government stop investment in fossil fuels.
Nicola Sturgeon has asked the UK Government to “reassess” oil and gas licences already issued – including the controversial Cambo development.
Extinction Rebellion has vowed to return to the streets following more successful appeals to overturn convictions by its activists.
The chief executive of BP has added his name to the list of those calling for urgent action following the publication of a worrying climate change study.
Details of further government support for decarbonising the North Sea oil and gas sector will be considered by the UK government ahead of its autumn spending review in November, the minister for energy and climate change has said on a visit to Aberdeen.
An “alarming” new report setting out the impact of climate change on the planet should spell the end for oil and gas, according to a senior international figure.
Humans are unequivocally driving global warming - with impacts from heatwaves to rising seas and extreme rain already seen around the world, a new UN IPCC report warns.
The boss of a London-listed North Sea oil minnow has deleted his personal Twitter account following criticism of views he expressed on climate change.
The world’s biggest oil and gas companies are more likely to talk to Wall Street about emissions than how their businesses might grow.
Australia will challenge a court ruling that orders the government to consider climate change impacts from a planned coal mine expansion, a decision seen as clouding the prospects for any new fossil fuels projects.
A wealth management firm has said it is “sceptical” that Engine No.1 can take “all of the credit” for the share price performance of ExxonMobil.
The Government must rapidly step up action on climate change - or risk undermining "global Britain" and success at key Cop26 talks this year, its advisers have warned.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc hired a team of pricey lawyers for its defense against environmental activists in a Dutch court, and lost. A decade-old, $22 book might have upped their chances of winning.
The Government is failing to ensure the UK can cope with the worsening risks of rising temperatures and extreme weather, climate advisers have warned.
Shell’s CEO has said it will “rise to the challenge” after the supermajor was ordered by a Dutch court to drastically cut its emissions.