• Non-technical Summary
  • 1. Background
  • 2. Objectives
  • 3. Methods
  • - Overview of existing evidence
  • - Low-income areas study
  • - In our interviews with local managers
  • - Think-tank event
  • - Analysis
  • - Ethical considerations
  • 4. Results
  • A) Overview of existing evidence
  • - Environmental issues in low-income areas – environmental inequality
  • - Wider environmental issues
  • - Environmental actions in the UK
  • - Attitudes, concerns and actions in low-income communities
  • - How local environmental problems interact with global environmental problems
  • - Knowledge about human behaviour and influencing how people act
  • B) Results from our focus groups study
  • - Local environmental problems
  • - Wider environmental problems
  • - Responsibility for environmental problems
  • - Environmental action
  • - What people think government should be doing to help
  • - The relationship between local and global problems
  • C) Findings from local managers
  • 5. Conclusions
  • 6. Impacts
  • 7. Future research
  • 8. References
  • 9. Annexes