Letter to the Prime Minister
We've called on David Cameron to intervene in loss of green policies
Within the first three months of the new government ten different environmental policies have been watered down or scrapped, according to our analysis with a group of nine other leading UK environment organisations.
In a letter to the Prime Minister
from Green Alliance and nine other groups, we have called on him, as a matter of urgency, to clarify his government’s approach to environmental protection and climate security in what is a vital year for action on climate change.
Press release 31 July 2015
An exploration of how business can go further
Corporate trailblazers have been looking for ways to reduce their environmental and social impacts for over 40 years. For many leading companies, it is now part of everyday business practice. Yet, for many more, sustainability is still not central to their business strategy. So, what would encourage more businesses to go further?
Our microsite Business strategy for a better world
features our Catalyst Debates, discussing issues around consumer opinion, sustainable agriculture and the attitude of Generation Y, and the views of five experts on the advantages and obstacles in creating business strategy for sustainability.
A UK climate plan for 2015
We set out the decisions the government needs to make this year
In February 2015 the prime minister signed a climate pledge
, promising action in three areas. 2015 is an important year for climate decisions, so there's a need to act fast to be able to deliver on these promises.
Together with CAFOD, Christian Aid, Greenpeace, RSPB and WWF, we‘ve published an action plan
, setting out the key decisions the government needs to take to make sure the UK helps to secure a good deal at the global climate conference this December; that there is clarity on the UK’s low carbon energy transition; and that the government leads on energy efficiency.
News release 8 June 2015
The Great Acceleration
What should the UK do to protect natural systems?
In the latest issue of our journal Inside Track
we explore what the Great Acceleration - the huge increase in the environmental impact of human activity since 1950 - means for the UK. We hear from contributors what the political, public and business responses should be and introduce Green Alliance's new Natural Environment theme.
Contributors include Professor Will Steffen
of the Stockholm Resilience Centre; Dame Helen Ghosh
of the National Trust; Professor Dieter Helm; Martin Nesbit
of IEEP; and Dame Fiona Kendrick
Read the latest edition of Inside Track