New Green Reads
Latest additions to our book review page are Meat, a Benign Extravagance by Simon Fairlie and Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth.
By Green House people
Understanding, Safeguarding and Strengthening the Precautionary Principle, in the context of the Brexit negotiations, A briefing for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Limits to Growth, but Rupert Read and Tim O'Riordan. Click here for more on the Precautionary Principle.
Interviews with Green House
Presentations and Videos from recent events
Dealing with Extreme Weather
Lancaster, 28 October 2017
Brexit and the green transition in the UK and Europe
London, 11 November 2017
Brexit, by Andy Pearmain
Our new gas is a polemic against Brexit and the state of the nation.
The Potential Impact of Brexit on the Prospects for a Green Transition in Europe
The report for this project, co-ordinated by Green House for the Green European Foundation has now been published. It presents a view of Brexit from five EU countries as well as the UK. For more information see our Brexit project page.
Moving Beyond Capital-Centred Growth - planning for jobs across the UK
Written by Green House's Jonathan Essex, as part of the Green European Foundation transnational project, “A Green Transformation: Freedom and Security in Uncertain Times”, this pamphlet argues for economic planning in the UK to provide the jobs that we need to ensure a transition to a low-carbon economy, across the UK.
Ideas for a Radical Green Manifesto
Policy ideas for political manifestos from Green House.