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New report investigates increasing inequality in rich countries and why this should be taken seriously

The latest Oxford Martin and Citi report explores the global implications of rising inequality in OECD countries


New hopes for limiting global warming to 1.5°C

Limiting the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5°C is not impossible but requires more ambitious emission reductions, says new study


Risks from low-level ionizing radiation small compared to risks from modern lifestyles

Our latest restatement finds that health risks from radiation are small relative to risks from smoking, obesity and air pollution


New report warns 80% of retail jobs at risk from automation

Oxford Martin School and Citi report explores the impact that online shopping will have on retail jobs worldwide in the near future

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Strategic materials for a low-carbon future

Oxford Martin School to host joint conference with the Veolia Institute

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Planetary health: the economic case

Oxford Martin School hosts the new Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health


What is the Oxford Martin School?

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