UK offshore wind in the 2020s

UK offshore wind in the 2020s
Instability caused by short term energy policy challenges is causing UK offshore wind projects to be shelved. 

Our report shows how a “commit and review” approach from government could reverse this trend and unlock billions of pounds of investment into the UK offshore wind supply chain during the 2020s.

Green Roots

Environmental thinking from the main political traditions

Green Roots
We’ve launched three new pamphlets under our Green Roots programme over the party conference season this year, aiming to advance political thinking on the environment.

Each of them proposes concrete actions on a distinctive issue:

Green social democracy: Building a public mandate for infrastructure
Green conservatism: Better resource productivity for a more resilient economy
Green liberalism: Reforming the Treasury for long term policy

Priorities for a new parliament

Priorities for a new parliament
The latest issue of our journal Inside Track looks ahead to the 2015 general election and beyond: 

- Jim Pickard of the Financial Times speculates on the green promises that will be made in party manifestos. 
- Lord Deben outlines the three government actions needed to strengthen low carbon policy.
- Matthew Spencer has five items for the next PM's in tray that need early action if the new government is to be successful on green issues. 

Read it here

35 years of Green Alliance

Celebrating with the launch of our new strategy for 2015-18

35 years of Green Alliance
At a party of 400 people in central London to celebrate our 35th anniversary on 20 November 2014, we launched our new strategy for 2015-18, Creating a greener Britain.

To celebrate our 35th year we have asked friends and colleagues to tell us what they think of us. See what they said.

News release 21 November 2014: 'Time to put the public back in public policy' 


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