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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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How making a game of climate change could help save the planet

This guest post is by energy and climate change consultant Paula Owen. It first appeared on Behaviour change interventions have so far had surprisingly limited success in motivating wider society into taking positive environmental action. Despite constant bombardment of messages regarding … Continue reading

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What’s the link between the rising tide of populist politics and climate denial?

This post is by Matthew Lockwood, senior research fellow at the University of Exeter. Last week I blogged on how UKIP’s rise has been mirrored by a rise in the proportion of people saying that they do not think the world … Continue reading

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Reasons to be cheerful

Unlike most people working on environmental issues, I spend most of my time finding and telling good news stories. When not editing the Green Alliance blog, I work on earthrise, an environmental TV show on Al Jazeera English that features … Continue reading

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Are fuel prices the nation’s greatest concern?

This post by Federica Cocco first appeared on Full Fact on March 4th 2013. In today’s politics roundup, the Sun reports that three quarters of the British public are concerned about one big national issue. If you think it’s the economy or … Continue reading

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