2012 was a year of reorientation for Green Alliance. We launched a new strategy, reshaped our work programme and strengthened our capacity to make sure that we continue to secure strategic solutions for the environment.Our review describes our achievements in the year, shaping debates on energy, resource stewardship and a greener economy, as well as some of our plans for the future.
Download the 2012 review (pdf 3.39MB)or read it online below:
For full accounts and a description of our activities, please see our Trustees' report and accounts 2011-12 (pdf - 6.3 MB)
Also see our profile on the Charity Commission website.
Previous annual reviews What is Green Alliance?Our achievementsStaff Trustees
What’s the link between the rising tide of populist politics and climate denial? by Matthew Lockwood
We can’t make poverty history without environmental resilience by Christine Allen
Greens should keep their powder dry: Brussels doesn’t always know best by Matthew Farrow
Climate scepticism and UKIP trends - more than just a coincidence? by Matthew Lockwood
How to ensure investment in energy efficiency..and how not to by Rachel Cary
What can green innovators learn from ‘frugal’ innovation in India? by Ian Thornton
Do we need new products or new systems for a circular economy? by Dustin Benton
E2B: Energy group calls for electricity efficiency feed-in tariff
The Guardian: UK industry group pushes government to raise energy saving targets
Edie: Circular Economy Taskforce looks to identify risk hotspots
The Economist: Waste not
Business Green: Landfill bans could save £2.5bn a year
The Guardian: Will the UK's climate policies really help to lower energy bills?
NewStatesman: Not all infrastructure is created equal
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