ABOUT THE AUTHORS
is associate director for globalisation and climate change at IPPR.
is a research fellow at IPPR.
is a research intern at IPPR.
IPPR is grateful to the Foreign and Commonwealth Ofce for their generous support of thisproject. The views contained in this report are those of IPPR alone and do not constitutegovernment policy. Similarly the recommendations are the views of the authors. The authors would like to thank Phil Reed, Alesha de Freitas and Leah Gray at the Foreignand Commonwealth Ofce for their help and support with the project. Joss Garmanof Greenpeace and Michael Jacobs from University College London and the LondonSchool of Economics read early drafts and gave excellent feedback which has greatlyhelped to strengthen the report. IPPR colleagues Nick Pearce and Tony Dolphinprovided invaluable advice on policy and drafting.In each of the European countries in which we conducted roundtables, weare grateful to everyone who attended the events and provided their expertadvice and insights. In particular, we would like to thank Susanne Droege,Sybille Acosta and Philipp Richter at Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik inBerlin; Olivier Ferrand, Romain Prudent and Alice Bonnet at Terra Novain Paris; Carmen De Paz and Gustavo Nombela at Fundacion Ideas inMadrid; and Jacek Kucharczyk and Izabela Przybysz at Instytut SprawPublicznych in Warsaw. Although this report draws heavily on theviews heard at the roundtable discussions, the opinions expressedare solely those of the authors unless otherwise stated.
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