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Local climate campaigner Andrea Sanchez finds ‘no adults in the room’ at Equinor when she attended the Norwegian oil company’s AGM earlier in May. Here she argues that developing the Rosebank oil field has little to do with ‘transitioning to clean energy’.
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Sullom Voe Terminal. Photo: BP
On the day Alex Armitage announces his intention to stand in the upcoming general election, the Green councillor reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Zetland County Council Act and what the future may hold
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