Green Living Links 15.04.11
- The Guardian’s Damian Carrington poses what Caroline Spelman is doing wrong with Defra in his environment blog.
- Keith Barry explains why smart phone apps could encourage car drivers to switch to public transport.
- Britain should halve its black bag waste says Craig Bennett, from Friends of the Earth.
- Is arguing against fossil fuels on their threat to national security a better way of getting through to politicians? asks Andrew Revkin in the New York Times.
- Tidy Street, Brighton shows how well community based energy savings can work and Michelle Reid argues that the Green Deal should focus on habitual behaviour change as well as home improvements.
- The Scottish Government’s Climate Change Behaviours Research Programme have published an International Review of Behaviour Change Initiatives.
- Kara Scharwath argues that the next phase in green marketing is ‘responsible consumption’: how a product is used.