- Go to our website to find out more about our work.
The views of contributors are not necessarily those of Green Alliance.
External ContributorsThe views of external contributors do not necessarily represent those of Green Alliance
- RT @bobinchiclana: More competition needed in energy. Green levy cuts could threaten good energy mkt competition: wp.me/p15i9j-17v vi… 1 hour ago
- RT @EnvironmentTNEI: Got 5 mins - watch the Green Alliance Annual debate 2013: Can fracking be sustainable? slideshow by @greenallianceuk h… 1 hour ago
Author Archives: Hannah Kyrke-Smith
During community energy fortnight, which ended on Sunday, groups around the country showcased impressive projects and ideas. You could have visited a hydro scheme in Stockport, or learned about community heating in Oxfordshire, participated in an energy saving workshop in … Continue reading
With the high-level Panel on the post-2015 development agenda meeting in Bali next week, civil society organisations around the world are making their case for what should be in the new development framework. One thing that has united environment and … Continue reading
As battles continue across government over the strength of environmental policies and the transition to a greener economy, here at Green Alliance we’ve been working with a number of convinced, committed and engaged MPs from all three main parties under … Continue reading
This post is based on our new report Towering ambitions, which is launched today. There are around 390,000 flats in high rise blocks in England, and they weren’t designed for low carbon living. But that doesn’t mean they can’t be … Continue reading
The government’s consultation on its Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) proposals ends today. These are the government’s flagship carbon reduction policies, aimed at reducing carbon emissions from homes and small businesses. They are both due to launch this … Continue reading
An email flashes up in your inbox. It’s the same old story. Another friend is running a marathon, and asking for sponsorship… not only does it make you feel guilty as you’ve been meaning to dig your trainers out of … Continue reading