It is said that more than 1.4 million students skipped school on March 15 to protest about the climate change crisis that threatens life as we know it on Earth.
Construction workers on the £20 billion Hinkley Point nuclear power station are to be balloted for strikes in a long-running dispute over pay and bonuses.
Energy firms operating offshore Norway have agreed wage deals for 2017 with the two largest trade unions representing oil and gas workers.
Wood Group and trade unions yesterday remained tight lipped on the progress of crunch talks intended to settle a dispute involving North Sea workers.
A group of oil workers has written to the UK Government claiming the Unite union allowed ineligible members to vote in the recent OCA ballot.
Energy Voice examines some of the key points in the lengthy dispute between the Offshore Contractors Association and Unite union.
With the immediate threat of industrial action by offshore catering workers put on hold as negotiations continue between employers and unions, Energy Voice looks back at the 1979 catering dispute that made headlines at the time.
A strike which would have disrupted operations at 20 North Sea platforms has been called off by Norwegian trade unions.
Norway was restarting some key oil and gas fields yesterday after the country's government ordered an end to a strike by offshore workers.
Offshore workers are to gather for a union conference amid continuing concerns over safety and pay.
Fresh talks aimed at averting strikes by fuel tanker drivers are to be held next week - raising hopes that industrial action can be averted.
Trade unions are threatening to cause chaos in the North Sea offshore industry by ordering members to work only 48 hours a week.
UNION leaders have warned of "massive disruption" on North Sea oil installations after offshore catering workers threatened to strike over a pay dispute.
Oil giant BP has postponed plans to make cost-cutting moves on its North Sea platforms, it emerged yesterday.
A North Sea union leader pledged last night that the fight to win paid holidays for thousands of offshore workers will go on, despite a setback at an employment appeal tribunal.
Several hundred employees of oil service firm Cape could soon take unofficial industrial action, a North Sea union leader said last night.
A deal to resolve the bitter fuel drivers' pay dispute was agreed last night, averting the threat of further strikes.
A tanker loaded with fuel docked in Aberdeen early this morning to deliver vital supplies to keep the north-east moving while Scotland's only oil refinery sits idle.
Thousands of offshore workers will begin shutting down production on 30 North Sea oil platforms today after last night's closure of Scotland's only refinery because of a strike by 1,200 staff.