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Project called for greater efforts to reduce the rate of waste growth and for more re-use and recycling to combat the country's growing rubbish mountain.

Report: Waste Not, Want Not (November 2002)

Additional Papers (including project papers, additional annexes and background papers)

Further Information

For further information about the project, or to check availability of hard copies of the report, please contact the Strategy Unit:
t: 020 7276 1881.

London traffic

The London Project a study of the long-term issues facing London and its role as the UK's capital and as a world city.

Green fields

GM Crops: A study into the overall costs and benefits associated with the growing of GM crops



Alcohol Misuse: A project on how to tackle the problems associated with alcohol misuse



Ethnic Minorities seeking to increase the participation and achievement of ethnic minorities at all levels of the labour market



Strategic Futures looking at ways of making policy-making in central Government more forward thinking and outward looking.

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