The Environment and the greens in the 2005 elections in Britain

@article{Carter2006TheEA,
  title={The Environment and the greens in the 2005 elections in Britain},
  author={N. Carter and C. Rootes},
  journal={Environmental Politics},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={473 - 478}
}
In an election in which the re-election of the Labour government was a foregone conclusion, the environment barely registered as an issue. Nevertheless, the Greens continued to make progress. For the first time, they came third in a constituency, but they remain a long way off winning even one seat in the Westminster parliament, and they made only a handful of gains in the concurrent local elections. 

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