Rebecca Willis is an associate of the environmental think-tank Green Alliance, and convenes its climate leadership programme. She advises the Lake District national park on climate change, and since May 2011 has been a council member of the Natural Environment Research Council. She writes on climate change, energy policy, public attitudes to the environment, government spending and taxation, and the environmental and social impact of new technologies. Her publications include (with Nick Eyre) Demanding less: why we need a new politics of energy (Green Alliance, December 2011). Her website is here
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