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A seminar at the University of Aberdeen today will look at the next steps for Scotland to make the most of carbon capture and storage opportunities.
Climate change campaigners in Scotland are highlighting the risk of the "carbon bubble" that could precipitate another economic crash.
The UK government has been accused of making an empty pledge on overseas fossil fuel projects, in another blow to its green pretensions.
The House of Lords has narrowly rejected a proposal for the UK to have decarbonised power stations by 2030.
The news that Ineos has reversed the decision to close the Grangemouth petrochemical site has been welcomed by the workforce and the local community.
Scottish Greens have called for an end to what they call 'the corporate bully culture' being highlighted by the Ineos Grangemouth dispute.
The decline in UK oil and gas, seen as "worrying" by the industry, should be taken as good news by everyone else, say Scottish Greens.
The Free Churches have called on the Westminster government to protect the fuel poor and work towards the decarbonisation of the UK's energy network.
Environmentalists say MPs must struggle for a proper decarbonisation target and support for smaller generators to break the 'Big 6' energy deadlock.
Yesterday’s vote on whether Europe should commit to deeper emissions cuts was postponed at the last minute until early July, after time for discussion ran out.
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