Green Roots

Exploring green thinking with the UK's main political traditions
Green Roots
Under this programme, we convened advisory groups of politicians, political thinkers and academics to allow a deeper exploration of narratives and insights in relation to the environment and the thinking of the UK's three main political traditions:

Green liberalism
Green social democracy
Green conservatism

We published three pamphlets in autumn 2014, produced in consultation with our advisory groups:
Green liberalism: Reforming the Treasury for long term policy
Green social democracy: Building a public mandate for infrastructure
Green conservatism: better resource productivity for a more resilient economy

The first three pamphlets were published in 2013, which featured contributions from leading politicians and thinkers:

Green liberalism: a local approach to the low carbon economy
Green social democracy: better homes in better places 
Green conservatism: protecting the environment through open markets

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