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The true meaning of work, for many, is no longer about employment and career progression – aspirations have moved on from six figure salaries and rising to the top. More and more people are vocal about their desire to work for purpose driven organisations and in places where they can have a positive impact on the world around them, rather than following a traditional career trajectory with a comfortable landing.
A practical, people-centred and grassroots approach to economic growth in a city, and region, should focus on opening up pathways for the local population. There are two elements to this. Initially it should support people to identify the needs and opportunities of their communities and areas.
In the Budget the Chancellor announced that the Government intended to “deliver an open API standard in UK banking”. For politicians and economists dissecting the 125 page report, this sentence probably didn’t stand out a great deal.
The near inexorable rise in UK energy prices over the past five years has made energy policy a topical electoral battleground for next month’s General Elections. But unsustainable energy prices reflect not just inadequate policy, but the need to re-think our entire energy model.
The UK’s housing stock is some of the least energy efficient in Europe, with energy waste accounting for 15% of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions in September 2014. While energy inefficiency has clear environmental implications, it is also hurting UK consumers with the current average dual-fuel bill set to rise above £1,264 per year.
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