Read the latest on our campaign for a green economy
Naomi Klein doesn’t mince her words in her new book published tomorrow; ‘This Changes Everything, capitalism versus the climate’.
Someone’s modelled the impacts of climate policy on the UK economy and concluded ambitious action won't leave us all eating mud in a cave. Hooray!
Businesses' admirable green initiatives are being hampered by a failure to push back against dinosaur corporate lobbyists.
UK political parties urged to commit to a greener Britain.
Never mind solar power and all that nonsense, here's a much better idea.
How do we help to make all business sustainable?
The Science Museum's new exibition? A load of rubbish.
Have you ever wondered why the Treasury doesn't appear to give much of a hoot about climate change? Check the small print for the answers.
The chancellor George Osborne handed out £2.7 billion of tax breaks to North Sea oil and gas firms in the last financial year (2013/14).
Book Review: Thomas Piketty, ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’.
New report shows the UK Treasury’s economic modelling of the costs of UK climate action is flawed.
How can we make a better future for all?
Siemens' commitment to building a world class offshore wind manufacturing hub in Hull is great news. But how much has the Government helped the decision?
Anna Laycock is Communications and Ethics Manager at the Ecology Building Society.
What’s wrong with putting people’s money to work, in a safe place, to mobilise the investment for the long-term that people, communities, towns, cities and nations urgently need?
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From green energy to the better use of statistics, our wishes for the next 12 months
The Treasury is hugely powerful, holding the purse strings for Government policy making. We want to shed light on the inner workings of the Treasury and understand its influence on environmental campaigning.
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