Leading Liberal Democrats and policy experts re-examine their political approach and propose a radical new direction for the party, setting the agenda for the next election and beyond. The Green Book cogently argues that a low-carbon economy and environmental investments are the best way to escape from sluggish growth, create new jobs and share prosperity. It is a clarion call for Liberal Democrats to treat the environmental crisis as a core challenge of economic policy, not a discrete problem. Policies that protect and enhance the natural world a on which our economy and society ultimately depend for our health, well-being and prosperity a should be the driving force behind the partyas programme. Furthermore, green policies can provide a vital, clear and popular distinction between Liberal Democrats and Conservatives at the next election. The Green Book offers a challenge to current Liberal Democrat thinking a and stimulating reading to anyone who cares about the environment and the future of the British economy.... which features high insulation standards, solar water heating, acombined heat and power unit, waste heat recycling, grey ... Cambridge has workedinpartnership with the universityto lookat setting up adistrict heating schemefor university and facultybuildings, with funding from the EU. ... practiceonreducing carbon emissions; early members included Ernst aamp;Young, PriceWaterhouseCoopers andTesco.
|Title||:||The Green Book|
|Author||:||Duncan Brack, Neil Stockley, Paul Burall, Mike Tuffrey|
|Publisher||:||Biteback Publishing - 2013-03-08|