Labour Party Conference served up a new vision for the green economy

    Labour Party Conference served up a new vision for the green economy

    Paul McNamee, Labour Climate and Environment Forum

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    Labour Climate and Environment Forum’s Paul McNamee reflects on the business response to green policies given the spotlight in Liverpool last week

    The sheer number of business leaders who were at this year’s Labour conference, some returning for the first time in years, was stark. Amidst the chatter at the bars and fringes, business attendees, even…

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