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Green Living

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Green Living

Our work on green living aims to help the government understand how it can enable people to live greener lives. The work programme examines how policy can be better designed, developed and communicated in order to effectively encourage and support behaviour change, as well as making specific policy recommendations that are attractive to both government and the public.

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Towering ambitions

High rise living presents challenges for those wanting greener lifestyles but it doesn't have to be that way. These high density communities can provide real opportunities for sustainable living. We have been exploring the potential and the policies that can help. 

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National communications on energy schemes

New initiatives to reduce energy use risk a lack of take up by the public due to the absence of a government-backed national communications strategy. Our report examines current communications plan and examines the vital difference that national communications can make. 

Confirmation of a £2.9 million government communications campaign on the Green Deal, as argued for in our report, Business Green,27 November 2012

 

 
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What do people really think about the environment?

Our analysis of recent public opinion polls and surveys reveals that public support for action on the environment is strong and is weathering the economic storm. It also shows that people want government and businesses to take a bigger role in moving them towards green living.

Follow the discussion on our blog

 
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Faye Scott

For more information on our Green Living work please contact our head of research Faye Scott.

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