Category Archives: Policy

Sub-category to Political Leadership / NGO engagement

What a certain old lady can teach us about energy policy

Do you remember the old lady who swallowed a fly? Her chosen remedy – to swallow a spider in hope of catching the fly – unfortunately made things worse: said spider wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her. She dealt … Continue reading

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Why the IN campaign is bringing out the big (green) guns

The Prime Minister’s latest intervention in the EU referendum campaign illustrates how the environment is taking its place in the modern political canon. Speaking from the RSPB’s Rainham Marshes nature reserve, Cameron noted how our EU membership underpins crucial environmental … Continue reading

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What I want for London: a healthy and sustainable food system

Last month we launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work. While mayoral candidates are outlining their plans for … Continue reading

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Eight things you need to know about renewables ahead of the Budget

1. Renewables are a UK success story. They have rapidly increased as a proportion of UK electricity supply since 2010.

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What I want for London: road pricing

This week we’ve launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work. And, at our Greener London hustings on … Continue reading

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