More resource efficiency, more jobs

Our new research outlines the employment opportunities offered by the circular economy

More resource efficiency, more jobs
New research by Green Alliance’s chief economist, Julian Morgan, and WRAP’s head of economics, Peter Mitchell, demonstrates that greater resource efficiency can create significant net jobs for Britain in regions where unemployment is higher, such as the North East and West Midlands, and among low to mid skilled occupations, where a higher job losses are projected for the future.

Read the report Employment and the circular economy

Also see our infographic, summarising the key findings

High carbon energy investment overtakes low carbon energy

New analysis of the government's infrastructure pipeline

High carbon energy investment overtakes low carbon energy
Analysis by Green Alliance of the UK's infrastructure pipeline, updated this month by the Treasury, indicates that for the first time fossil fuel projects are expected to exceed that of low carbon energy in the current financial year.

Read our analysis here and our press release here.

UK offshore wind in the 2020s

UK offshore wind in the 2020s
Instability caused by short term energy policy challenges is causing UK offshore wind projects to be shelved. 

Our report shows how a “commit and review” approach from government could reverse this trend and unlock billions of pounds of investment into the UK offshore wind supply chain during the 2020s.

35 years of Green Alliance

Celebrating with the launch of our new strategy for 2015-18

35 years of Green Alliance
At a party of 400 people in central London to celebrate our 35th anniversary on 20 November 2014, we launched our new strategy for 2015-18, Creating a greener Britain.

To celebrate our 35th year we have asked friends and colleagues to tell us what they think of us. See what they said.

News release 21 November 2014: 'Time to put the public back in public policy' 


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