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Immigration: politics risks de-railing economic growth

New research from Citi and the Oxford Martin School finds that leading OECD economies would be hundreds of billions of pounds worse off without the contribution of migrants to economic growth.


How must energy pricing evolve in a low-carbon future?

John Rhys looks at the trends that will shape how our energy is produced and paid for


Genome sequencing sheds light on yellow fever outbreak in Brazil

New research tracking the evolution and transmission of virus


Meat consumption, health, and the environment

A new study outlines the health implications and environmental impact of meat consumption


'Adaptation to rising sea levels critical to protect coastal communities'

Two studies highlight the long-term threat that extreme sea levels pose to coastal communities

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Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School

This assembly of global experts demonstrate the economic and policy case for the emerging field of planetary health

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What is the Oxford Martin School?

Find out more about our research

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