Tag Archives: Green economy

Jun 25 2015

LED lighting and the Lindy Effect

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Are LEDs just an off-white flash in the pan?  Or are they the lighting solution of the future?  Rory Wilding – Commercial Director of Which LED Light, and passionate about behavioural economics – says the answer lies in a theory … Continue reading

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Nov 24 2014

From Crisis to Creation: building a sustainable financial system

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Nick Robins, Co-director of the UNEP Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System, makes the case for a set of policy measures that he argues would make the global finance system more efficient, more environmentally and socially sustainable, … Continue reading

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Nov 5 2014

Dirty Old London

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Recycling in London isn’t new – we’ve been doing it for around two hundred years.  But it hasn’t always been for environmental reasons;  and it hasn’t always been pretty…  Lee Jackson, Web Development Officer for LSE Law and author of … Continue reading

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Aug 29 2014

Sustainability Careers: A New “Traditional” Path?

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By Meaghan Krohn, who graduated from LSE with an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation in 2013. One of the biggest hurdles I face in my transition from graduate school into my career is that my chosen career path – … Continue reading

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Jan 8 2014

The global race for green growth and technology

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Maria Carvalho, PhD candidate at the LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, argues that policy-makers striving to encourage green growth should consider which tactics are best suited for their nation’s economy to compete in global markets.  … Continue reading

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