Three ways that green policy can reassure voters at 2015 UK election

Guardian: After years of economic uncertainty and falling living standards, the 2015 election will have a defensive feel to it. The electorate will want reassurance, not big change. Whoever ends up in government will be pursuing small "c" conservative ends: stability and security. The 2010 general election was not a cautious one. The banking crisis required national renewal and David Cameron, in optimistic mode, issued a manifesto invitation for the public to "join the government of Britain". All three......

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