Tag Archives: Ed Miliband

A new strategy for the next era of green policy

A lot has changed since Green Alliance was founded 35 years ago. Most of the people who partied with us at our celebration last night were still at school, and some hadn’t been born.  So let’s just remind ourselves: in … Continue reading

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Why Miliband and Cameron shouldn’t be shy about climate change

A version of this article was first published on Labour List. At last year’s party conference, Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna said to a public meeting that he had recommended Labour’s electoral team to make a television broadcast around Ed … Continue reading

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Conference diary: Labour’s sunny spells

Green Alliance’s roving diarist of the party conference season, Alastair Harper, gives his view from the Labour conference in Brighton. It first appeared on BusinessGreen. I am by the beach in perfect weather and this has been my office for the past … Continue reading

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Government must lead the way to a more sustainable capitalism

This exclusive article by opposition leader Ed Miliband is published today in Green Alliance’s journal Inside Track. The world economy is struggling to recover from a crisis caused by inadequately regulated financial activity. Governments are dealing with deficits that are too … Continue reading

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