The UK Green New Deal

To confront global warming we need radical action and deep systems change. Only a UK Green New Deal can deliver change on the pace and scale required, restructuring our economy toward sustainability, hardwiring justice into economic and social life, repairing plundered natural systems, building resilience, and decolonising an extractive global economy.

The goal is simple but transformative: a deep and purposeful reorganisation of our economy so that it is democratic, sustainable, and equal by design. Driven by a step-change in public policy and investment, a UK Green New Deal can rescue our collective futures from climate catastrophe and create the conditions for universal human flourishing.

GND Reports

Land

A Green New Deal for Nature

Simon Lewis

Work and Industrial Strategy

An Industrial Strategy at the Heart of a Green New Deal

Luke Murphy

Political Movements and Institutions

Devolution

Infrastructure

Upgrading our Homes for People and the Planet

Rebecca Newsom, Doug Parr and Kate Blagojevic

Why We Need Publicly Owned Energy for a Green New Deal

Cat Hobbs

Internationalism

For a Global Green New Deal

Daniel Aldana Cohen, Kate Aronoff, Alyssa Battistoni, and Thea Riofrancos

Shifting Ownership for the Energy Transition: A Transatlantic Proposal

Johanna Bozuwa & Carla Skandier

Beyond the Petrodollar Regime

David Wearing

Reforming the Bretton Woods Institutions to Support a Global Green New Deal

Miriam Brett

Internationalising the Green New Deal: Strategies for Pan-European Coordination

David Adler & Pawel Wargan

Finance

Greening the Green Book

James Meadway

Green Central Banking

Fran Boait

Public finance for a Green New Deal: why we need to change the rules

Alfie Stirling et al.

Greening the UK Financial System

Maria Nikolaidi
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