Targeting success

Why the UK needs a new vision for resource use
Targeting success
In this new Green Alliance report for the Circular Economy Task Force, we call for a more ambitious and systemic approach to resource use that learns the lessons from the UK’s world leading governance system for climate change. 

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Press release: 'The UK must set target to halve resource consumption'

The case for clean air zones

The case for clean air zones

Air pollution is a health and environmental emergency in the UK. The most effective way to deal with our dirty air is to roll out clean air zones across the country.

These specific areas of cities charge the most polluting vehicles for entering the zone and have been shown to encourage the shift to cleaner vehicles and alternative modes of transport, such as walking or cycling.
 
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Press release: 'Northern cities set to lose millions due to shelved clean air plans'
 

The new green watchdog

An interview with Dame Glenys Stacey
The new green watchdog

In this episode, Ruth Chambers interviews Dame Glenys Stacey, the head of the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) about her vision for the new green watchdog.

Listen to this podcast

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Green Renewal

An economic recovery with climate and nature at its heart
Green Renewal
The pandemic has hit communities and businesses across the UK. But in our economic recovery, we have an opportunity to tackle the climate crisis and restore nature to both bring jobs now, and be resilient to economic shocks in the long term.

In the year we host the G7 and the Glasgow climate summit, our Green Renewal project is bringing together voices in business and civil society to ensure the government takes this opportunity. A green renewal is a more positive future, we have to act now to reach it.

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