The Waste Watch’s Common Place initiative seems to rely heavily on the same techniques used by Evangelical Christians, i.e. focusing on the relationship between people. This is precisely my phd thesis: the role of the lawmaker is not to specifically change behaviour per se but to remind people of their responsibility by reshaping their environment.

Inside track

OCP_TwitterThis post is by Green Alliance policy assistant Jonny Hazell, who worked on Waste Watch’s Our Common Place project, which has recently published a report on its first year.

Waste Watch’s Our Common Place programme emerged from the simple idea that just because an organisation is interested in an environmental issue – and is being funded to act on it – doesn’t mean other people will be interested.

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