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Five ways to tell if a company has gone fluffy on sustainability

This is a guest post by Ramon Arratia, sustainability director of carpet maker Interface EMEAI.  There’s been a huge amount of activity in the corporate sustainability field over the past decade. But although the overall the impression is that we have achieved … Continue reading

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Cities are moving faster to a low carbon future

This post by Green Alliance’s Alastair Harper first appeared on the New Statesman’s Current Account blog. Our cities are the R&D facility for the country. From 4G rollout to community energy, they let us experiment with what’s possible. This is useful, because … 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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Government’s £40bn savings subsidies must encourage responsible investment

This post is by Green Alliance associate Chris Hewett, based on a new report Saving for a sustainable future, published today. The post-Budget row over tax relief for charitable giving has obscured the fact that there are many other tax … Continue reading

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