The green economy must assert its centrist roots

James S Murray
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The post-election pursuit of aspirational voters and the centre ground is hopelessly simplistic, but if this is the narrative green businesses should promote their obvious part in it

Where is the political centre ground? If one question can sum up the miles of column inches and lost hours of political soul-searching that have defined the week since David Cameron's shock election victory...

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