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Green Alliance is an influential environmental think tank. Activities include research, advocacy and convening high-profile events with senior politicians and key influencers. Based in London, Green Alliance has permanent staff, part-time voluntary intern positions and associates. Green Alliance is a charity and company limited by guarantee, governed by a board of trustees which meets quarterly.


Green Alliance: UK needs industrial strategy that takes resource risk seriously
13 July, 2013
According to the conclusions of the first report from the Circular Economy Task Force, UK businesses can’t tackle resource risks effectively until the government’s industrial strategy takes them seriously. What’s at stake is rebuilding a viable manufacturing economy for the future. Other countries are taking action to secure resources to support their industries. The UK needs to act now or risks falling behind.
Green Alliance: Extending landfill bans would recover £2.5 billion in resources annually
22 March, 2013
New research by Green Alliance shows that the policies preventing cars and waste electronics from going to landfill have been effective at improving recycling rates and increasing the resource value recovered from discarded products. If food, textiles, wood, and plastics had landfill restrictions similar to those already used for cars and waste electronics, at least £2.5 billion worth of resources would be kept in production each year.
 
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