London divided over 'carrot or stick' approach to recycling

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London Assembly report warns incentivising residents to recycle may be effective only in the short term

Schemes rewarding or penalising residents for recycling may encourage a change in behaviour, but it is unclear whether this can be sustained in the longer term. That is the view of the London Assembly's...

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