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It pledges 'business as a force for good, for creativity, with a positive role to play - in an economy where wealth is shared and our environment enhanced'

The Green Party has pledged to deliver a “radical green economy” with a key role for co-operatives.

Speaking at the party’s annual conference in Bristol on 5-7 October, deputy leader Amelia Womack said corporate social responsibility had to mean “more than a glossy brochure and good intentions”.

She said she was committing to working with business to bring forward policies that would “reward green investment and innovation, outlaw the environmental pirates and build a future for pioneers”.


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