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Green Alliance is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by Green Alliance

A Green Bill of Health - A New Agenda for Health and Environment Policy
A Green Bill of Health - A New Agenda for Health and Environment Policy - Summary
A Manifesto for Sustainable Heat
A Micro-Generation Manifesto
A Strategy for Sustainable Heat
Building a Bright Green Economy - An Agenda for Action on Resource Productivity
Business Action on Climate Change - Where Next After Emissions Trading?
Carrots, Sticks and Sermons - Influencing Public Behaviour for Environmental Goals
Changing Places - Advancing Local Government Action on Climate Change
Climate Change - The Risks We Can't Afford to Take - Part 1: The Risks of Ignoring the Science
Climate Change - The Risks We Can't Afford to Take - Part 2: The Danger of Delaying Public Investment
Climate Change - The Risks We Can't Afford to Take - Part 3: The Risk of Uncertain Markets
Climate Change - The Risks We Can't Afford to Take - Part 4: The Risk of Forgetting the Poor
Common Cause - The Green Standard Manifesto on Climate Change and the Natural Environment
Decision Making for Sustainable Transport
Delivering Resource Productivity - The Service Solution
From Bio to Nano and Beyond - A Progressive Agenda for Technology, Risk and the Environment
Good Product, Bad Product? Making the Case for Product Levies
Greening Government Reporting - An Analysis of the Environmental Content of the 1997 Departmental Annual Reports
Greening the Quangos - Environmental Reporting by Non-Departmental Public Bodies - Submissions to the Environmental Audit Committee Enquiry Greening Government 1998-99
How Green Are Our Parties? - The Green Standard Report
Indicating Right - Environmental Performance Indicators for the Waste Management Sector
Indicating Right - Environmental Performance Indicators for the Waste Management Sector - Final Report and Core set of Indicators
Institutional Design for a Low-Carbon Economy
Investing in Our Future - A European Budget for Climate Security
Life After MAFF - The Government's Green Progress
Measuring Resource Productivity - A Background Paper by David Pearce
Mind Over Matter - Greening the New Economy
Negotiated Agreements - Best Practice Checklist
New Policies for Renewable Energy
PFI - Meeting the Sustainability Challenge
Return to Sender - Producer Responsibility and Product Policy
Return to Sender - Producer Responsibility and Product Policy - Summary Report
Service Innovation for Sustainability - A New Option for UK Environmental Policy?
Signed, Sealed and Delivered? The Role of Negotiated Agreements in the UK
Sustainable Development in a Devolved Britain
The Case for a Sustainable Energy Agency
Waste Not, Want Not - A Collection of Responses to the Government

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