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Greenhouse gas targets should be based on science, not expediency

New Oxford Martin policy paper by Myles Allen argues that until CO2 emissions are falling, cutting short-lived climate pollutants such as methane won’t help limit peak warming.


Former climate commissioner optimistic for progress in Paris

Connie Hedegaard gave insights into UN negotiations during her visit to the Oxford Martin School


'Without immigrants, none of us would be here'

Professor Ian Goldin calls for fresh thinking on migration.


"We have to become faster, fairer and slower"

Video: Thomas L. Friedman at the Sheldonian Theatre


Enabling heart failure patients to manage their condition at home

New system could have transformative effects for patients and health services.


Job automation: innovation could slow economic growth

New report from the Oxford Martin School and Citi


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