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Green cities: using city deals to drive low carbon growth »

Faye Scott describes a new report from Green Alliance examining the degree to which cities can drive low carbon growth and looking in detail at the city deals process as a means of achieving this.

Towering ambitions: bringing sustainable living to high rise homes »

Hannah Kyrke-Smith, policy adviser at Green Alliance, describes the findings of Towering Ambitions, a recent report exploring the difficulties and opportunities for a transformation of high rise housing into sustainable homes.

The Green Economy: a UK success story »

Alastair Harper describes how analysis by Green Alliance has found that the Green Economy is already delivering benefits to the UK economy and argues that we must celebrate its success to further encourage green business.

The Green Deal: next steps, legislation, consultation response and explanatory animation »

DECC has detailed plans to bring the Green Deal energy efficiency market into operation, alongside its consultation response and measures to strengthen consumer protection, reduce industry burdens, and implement ECO.

Building resilience: resource security and the role of the circular economy »

12 December 2011, London: This Green Alliance conference, in association with the CBI, will consider the risks and opportunities of increasing resource constraints, and how to put resource resilience at the heart of the green economy.

Is localism delivering for climate change? »

Faye Scott, senior policy adviser for the Green Alliance, discusses the effects of the localism agenda on approaches to climate change in local authorities and the opportunities it offers.

Publications round-up: water recommendations; understanding behaviour; greener York »

The SDRN highlights new research publications in sustainable development: recommendations on water management; understanding behaviour to facilitate more sustainable lifestyles; the York Green Challenge.