“It’s the economy, stupid” The centre-ground that is occupied successfully by any political party is the one that focusses on economic stability. If a party cannot be trusted to be a safe pair of hands when managing the economy, then it has no credibility.
Low and Behold is managing an innovation project on behalf of the Local Government Association. We will investigating the impact of food waste disposers in domestic households; both in terms of residual waste reduction and the impact on the sewage system.
In early 2008 I came up with what I thought was a fantastically unique idea to develop a community-owned anaerobic digester in North Herefordshire. I thought the idea was so good that I wrote an application to NESTA’s Big Green Challenge for some funding and duly found out that a nice chap down the road.
Eric Pickles announced yesterday that the government should treat people with respect as he removed one of the tools that was available to local government for reducing waste In this case localism is perhaps as much a victim in this case as the ‘pay as you throw’ (PAYT) scheme originally proposed by Labour. If we.
This is the third in the series of LabourList link-ups with SERA during the Copenhagen summit. One of the first rules of journalism is apparently “simplify, then exaggerate’. Judging from some of the press coverage and subsequent comments in the new media from the Copenhagen Summit this week, the rule appears to hold true. While it.