A Scottish Green candidate running for Aberdeen City Council said the leader of his party, Patrick Harvie, was “silly” for having claimed only those on the hard right of the political spectrum supported the oil and gas industry.
Scottish Green party co-leader Patrick Harvie has said the war in Ukraine must not be used to justify increased production of fossil fuels from the North Sea.
Boris Johnson has delivered a huge vote of confidence in the North Sea oil and gas industry by claiming “everybody credible” understands the sector cannot be abandoned in the near term.
Following criticism in parliament the Scottish Government has replied to a letter from Aberdeen businesses which warned against creating a “hostile investment environment” for oil and gas, but recipients say it does not guarantee new exploration.
I read with wry amusement that some 58 of Aberdeen’s great and good have written to the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other political leaders asking for a “more reasoned debate” on the future of oil and gas.
There was a real sense of juxtaposition in Scotland’s energy industry on December 3.
A couple of weeks ago, a Scottish green party MSP claimed that it is only the “hard right” who continue to support development of the Cambo oilfield on the UK Atlantic Frontier.
A union boss has criticised the co-leader of the Scottish Green party for recent comments he made about the oil and gas sector.
Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie has said only the “hard right” now support new oil and gas extraction in the North Sea.
A power-sharing deal between the SNP and the Scottish Greens could thwart further investment in North Sea oil and gas, industry figures have warned.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that an immediate ban on new North Sea exploration could cost “jobs, livelihoods and living standards” in the north-east.
The Scottish Greens will put climate change, free public transport and revamping region deals at the heart of their manifesto when it is launched on Monday.
An "emergency response" is needed to address the global climate emergency, according to Patrick Harvie.
Scotland's reputation as a world leader on climate change is being put at risk by Government support for North Sea oil and gas discoveries, the Scottish Green leader has said.
Scottish Green Party leader Patrick Harvie said the country is "still too focused" on oil and gas.
Scottish Greens leader Patrick Harvie has ridiculed US President Donald Trump’s 2012 claim that erecting wind farms will bring about the “almost total destruction of Scotland’s tourism industry”, ahead of a protest in George Square this evening.
Scottish Green co-convener Patrick Harvie last night announced his dissatisfaction with Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget decision to reform the North Sea tax system.
A row has broken out over “barmy” plans from the Scottish Greens to shut down the North Sea oil and gas industry in “10 or 20 years”.
The Scottish Greens are “very hopeful” of winning a record number of seats at Holyrood in May’s election, party co-convener Patrick Harvie has said.
A North Sea skit as imagined by Professors Alex Russell and Peter Strachan of Robert Gordon University on behalf of the North Sea oil industry.
The Scottish Green Party wants the North Sea oil and gas sector to be wound down - so offshore workers can become lumberjacks.