Green Alliance Sees Communication Shift as Climate Change Solution

February 2010
Sustainable Brands Weekly;2/18/2010, p2
The article focuses on a report entitled "From Hot Air to Happy Endings," released by the charitable organization Green Alliance on ways to encourage public support for a low-carbon society.


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