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Lecture series: The nature of conflict

The Oxford Martin School's next lecture series, beginning on 4 May, will look at how our planet’s finite resources and natural systems can drive human conflict, from the basic human need for food and water through to the impact of climate change and competition for valuable mineral resources.


Achim Steiner to lead UN Development Programme

Oxford Martin School Director will head up UN mission to eradicate poverty


'Why we should tax meat that contains antibiotics'

New paper looks at one of the biggest threats facing human health in the 21st century


The second wave of the second machine age

Watch Professor Erik Brynjolfsson's recent lecture


Planetary health: the economic case

Oxford Martin School to host the new Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health.


What is the Oxford Martin School?

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Ideas into Action: 10 years of groundbreaking research

Read about the Oxford Martin School's first decade