Bringing it home examines the role of government in enabling people to live more sustainable lives, in the context of the policies the coalition government has inherited and the imperative action on climate change. The report looks at the contribution that behavioural economics, and behavioural sciences more broadly, can make to environmental policy design.
How retailers can help the UK get more circular – and profit from it by Jonny Hazel
More jobs, less carbon: why we need landfill bans by Dustin Benton
David Cameron’s EU performance tomorrow is more important to the UK’s future than the Budget by Matthew Spencer
Three ways green policy can reassure voters at the next election by Matthew Spencer
Why don’t economists care more about rising resource prices? by Julian Morgan
The case for urbanism: reminding Labour what it stood for by Shaun Spiers
Business Green: How retailers can help the UK get more circular - and profit from it
Financial Times: Criticism of energy groups overshadows good news in sector
YouTube: Julian Morgan's presentation of "The great resource price shock"
Blue&Green: ‘Landfill ban’ would boost jobs and economy, Green Alliance says
Herald Scotland:Landfill move 'could create 47,500 jobs'
Business Green: David Cameron's EU performance tomorrow is more important to the UK's future than the Budget
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