When Labour came to power in 1997, with its plans for an integrated transport policy and a whole host of environmental proposals, many within the Green movement believed they'd won the day and real, radical change was on its way.

David Lomax explores the extent to which the Green movement has lost its way and failed to capitalise on the momentum of the 1990s.

Were the pressure groups naive to believe the government's promises and allow themselves to become becalmed in consultations and committees that sounded good but changed nothing?

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  • 20050705