Scottish Labour MSP Lewis Macdonald urged the north-east's energy sector to stop "indulging in rhetorical attacks" and work in "partnership" as a proposed Green New Deal passed in parliament last night.
The Scottish Government should undertake an impact assessment before any decommissioning work is proposed at Hunterston, according to a Scottish Green MSP.
Grampian and Highlands politicians have hit out at the Scottish Government after it was revealed more than half of the country's windfarm applications are on their patch.
EDF Energy has claimed that it was "excluded" from a Scottish Parliament meeting today on the future of its Hunterston nuclear power facility.
The Scottish Government needs to "act now" on the energy transition if it wants to hit ambitious emissions reduction targets, according to the leader of the Scottish Greens.
A local climate group is hoping to stop a north-east wind development in it tracks by backing a local campaign.
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 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has dodged questions by Scottish Greens leader Patrick Harvie on anti-fracking protesters being classified as "domestic extremists'.
The Scottish Government's claim today that it wants to 'rebuild exploration activity' in the North Sea has been labelled as contradictory and confusing by a Green MSP.
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.
Investment in the jobs of the future and devolution of tax powers to local level are ever more vital, according to Scottish Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie MSP.
The Scottish Green Party has hit out at the two companies bringing legal action against Scotland's fracking "ban", claiming the firms are "creating deliberate uncertainty".
Scottish Green MSPs John Finnie and Mark Ruskell have today written to the government’s economic development agencies urging them to step up efforts to secure new orders in light of warnings that the BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife and on Lewis could close by the end of June.
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.
Green MSP for Mid-Scotland and Fife Mark Ruskell has said residents around Fife’s massive Westfield project should receive more than quarter of a million pounds of community benefit funds if plans go ahead.
The Scottish Greens have said they hope the “end is in sight” in their long-running campaign to ban fracking.
Labour derided over ‘true Green Party’ claims with accusations of supporting ‘tax breaks for oil industry’
A Labour MSP’s claim her party is the “true green party in Scotland” has led to the Greens accusing Labour of a having an “identity crisis”.
Any announcement “short of an outright ban” on underground coal gasification (UGC) will be viewed as a failure by the Scottish Government to stand up to the oil and gas industry, the Greens have said.
The Scottish Greens have launched their election campaign with pledges to deliver more than 200,000 “clean green” jobs, reform land ownership and ban fracking.
Scotland should nationalise its oil industry to break its dependence on “distant multinationals and neoliberal forces”, and cut down on drilling, according to a report commissioned by the Scottish Greens.