Monthly Archives: April 2012

People and the Planet – Putting Population and Consumption on the table for Rio+20?

After twenty-one months of intensive research, preparation and consultation, The Royal Society’s highly anticipated report on the issues of population and consumption, People and the Planet, was launched yesterday at Carlton House Terrace. Representing the Society’s first genuine engagement with … Continue reading

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Richard Harries: Policy Fellow Case Study

Deputy Director (Innovation), Department for Communities and Local Government Government has always been done “by the numbers”. From the thirteenth-century Chancellor of the Exchequer counting his jetons on a black and white chequered sheet to the 1941 survey of “foundation … Continue reading

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