This report explores the affects of greater citizen involvement in policy-making processes to the capacity of government to tackle climate change.

In recent years the British Government has stated explicitly its determination that citizens should contribute to the policy making process within all levels of government. The Sustainable Development Commission, the Government’s independent sustainability watchdog, invited Involve to look at what the ramifications of this evolving relationship could be on the capacity of the Government to tackle climate change.

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