The Global Financial Crisis and the Prospects for "Green Growth"
5th October 2012 publication
From the Policy Network website: The global financial crisis offers a big opportunity for progressive politicians to reenergise the green agenda. Dieter Helm assesses why we have failed to tackle the issue of global warming in the past and considers whether ‘Green Growth’ is likely to be a part of global economic recovery.
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