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Polluted Pensions? Clearing the air around UK pensions and fossil fuels

21st October 2021, by Ric Lander

‘Polluted Pensions? Clearing the air around UK pensions and fossil fuels’ investigates the investments of six of the UK’s largest pension funds to consider what is a typical investment in fossil fuels. This assesment is then scaled up to apply to the UK pension sector at large, finding that investment in fossil fuels of £128...

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Tickets & Training: The Hidden Costs For Offshore Oil & Gas Workers

23rd June 2021, by admin

The survey results show a workforce in insecure employment, where workers are bearing the brunt of training and certification costs previously borne by employers.

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Divesting to Protect Our Pensions and the Planet, 2021 Report

23rd February 2021, by Ric Lander

This report and accompanying Scotland briefing sets out the fossil fuel investments of local government pension funds, building on similar work carried out in 2015 and 2017. It looks into the detail of how specific fossil fuel companies are driving the climate crisis and puts forward a case for action. The analysis, carried out by...

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Report: Fossil Fuel Carbon Capture & Storage

11th January 2021, by Ryan Morrison

Tyndall Centre report:  A Review of the Role of Fossil Fuel-Based Carbon Capture and Storage in the Energy System, January 2021 With significant reliance being placed on Carbon Capture and Storage technology in Scottish and UK Government climate plans, together with Global Witness we commissioned research from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.  The...

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Offshore: Oil and gas workers’ views on industry conditions and the energy transition

29th September 2020, by Ryan Morrison

Report shares survey results and testimonies of offshore oil and gas workers on industry conditions, life offshore generally and the energy transition.

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Just Transition Partnership 2021 Manifesto

25th September 2020, by Ryan Morrison

Just Transition Partnership Manifesto for Scottish Parliament elections in 2021

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A Green Jobs Recovery

9th September 2020, by Caroline Rance

As Scotland faces rising and record levels of unemployment in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, our paper sets out how climate action and green jobs can contribute to a Just and Green Recovery in Scotland. Urgent government intervention is required to boost investment, to create good jobs for the thousands of people made unemployed...

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Transport in a net-zero future

2nd July 2019, by Gavin Thomson

Road transport is Scotland’s biggest climate polluter. We must urgently change the ways we get around. This briefing describes the sustainable transport system we need, and how we get there.

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