What will lab grown meat and dairy mean for food, farming and the environment?
Getting the building blocks right
Infrastructure priorities for a green recovery
Design for a circular economy
Reducing the impacts of the products we use
Ecodesign standards and energy labelling have been a huge success story, improving the efficiency of everyday products, reducing their environmental impact and cutting energy bills for consumers.
Despite these successes, there are other environmental impacts of products that ecodesign does not address but could, particularly resource use.
Press release: 'Tackle e-waste mountain, to protect the planet and save money, says report
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Fixing our relationship with stuff
The role of better design and the right to repair
While electronics play an increasingly important role in our lives, short lived products have led to a mounting e-waste problem in the UK.
Head of resource policy, Libby Peake joins the co-founders of the Restart Project, Janet Gunter and Ugo Vallauri to discuss how we can fix our relationship with stuff.
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Our recent achievements and future plans
Annual review 2019-20
"Green Alliance’s way of achieving change: a combination of original thinking, firmly rooted in evidence and powerful coalition building." Shaun Spiers, executive director, Green Alliance
From running the largest ever mass parliamentary lobby on climate change and influencing the post-Brexit environmental settlement, to proposing system fixes to solve plastic pollution, 2019-20 was a busy year for Green Alliance.
Find out more about our recent work in our Annual review 2019-20