|Date||Monday, January 30, 2012|
|Topic||Historic Environment Biodiversity & Natural Environment Civic Participation Renaissance & Quality of Place Greenhouse Gas Emissions & Climate Change Crime & Community Safety Energy, Waste & Natural Resources Sustainable Development Education & Skilled People Environment Governance & Civic Participation Quality of Life|
Localis has launched the third pamphlet in its Big Society Series. 'The Big Green Society: Empowering communities to create, cleaner, greener neighbourhoods'.
The pamphlet offers practical suggestions for reforming and improving the way in which waste management and cleansing is carried out in local government.
It explores the applicability of nudge theory to engender greater levels of personal responsibility among residents and how local government can form beneficial relationships with businesses and public sector bodies to tackle waste, recycling issues and improve the maintenance of the streetscape.
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