Meet the Green Radicals: New report reveals secrets of some of UK's most radical business leaders

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Meet the New Green Radicals is available for free download now

Full report features interviews with XR activist Farhana Yamin, Green Party leader Jonathan Bartley, and radical business leaders from Lush, Loop, Good Energy, and many others

BusinessGreen is today unveiling a series of exclusive interviews with radical campaigners, politicians, and business figures who are pioneering a new wave of environmental action, in a special report...

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