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What does GA stand for?

GA stands for Green Alliance (London, UK)

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The Green Alliance report, using figures compiled by the Office for National Statistics, showed that 41,500 people were employed in the low carbon and environmental sector in 2010-11, compared to 27,800 in financial services and 21,500 in the automotive sector.
The forthcoming Energy Bill needs to include a subsidy scheme that would pay companies for the electricity they help people to save, for example by replacing their appliances with more efficient alternatives, Green Alliance and WWF-UK said.
CAPTION(S): GANG'S ALL HERE: Cllr Vi Bebb, Cllr Alan Walker, Cllr Barry Kushner, Police Commissioner candidate Jane Kennedy and MP Stephen Twigg NEW LOOK: Paige Whalley, eight Adventurer SWEET TREAT: Phoebe Ramsay, 4, with her lolly ice ALL TOGETHER NOW: Event organiser Denise Turner, from the Norris Green Alliance
Green Alliance said the UK's first dash for gas in the 1990s was good for the country because it brought down carbon emissions and electricity prices as power generation switched from more-polluting coal to gas.
The national Blue Green Alliance has brought these two groups together to fights for strong emissions standards, healthier workplaces and guaranteed green manufacturing jobs that will provide a living wage.
Wildcat corporate partners had tables around the stadium displaying their "green" products and services, Featured vendors included the Green Alliance, Ultra Geothermal, SEA Solar Store, the Jenaly Technology Group, ReVision Energy, The Fiddlehead Loop, Simply Green, The Green Tee, UNH Energy Club and the Southeast Habitat for Humanity Re-Store.
The Blue Green Alliance is educating the public about the need for solutions that: reduce global warming pollution on a scale and timetable to avoid dangerous global-warming effects, thereby creating millions of jobs and a clean energy economy; restore the rights of U.