Policy implications from the experience of multi academy trusts during the pandemic
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Through their own words, Dr Lucy Jones highlights the necessity for policies supporting LGBT youth
Dr Arabella Fraser explores how non-conflict violence risks and climate change risks overlap in cities
Researchers from the Rights Lab explain the steps needed to address the modern slavery - environmental degradation - climate change nexus
Dr Chris Ives sets out why Religious Perspectives should be included in Climate Policy
Professor David Salt explains why smallholder farmers should be involved in policy discussions and decisions on making farming more sustainable
Dr Eldar Naghlyev explains how a project in Nottingham makes the future of fully-fledged energy bubbles a reality
The energy used by many buildings is costly to the environment and to our bills - but this is changing with technological research
Professor Nigel Minton explains how turning emissions from a menace to a resource can benefit the circular economy
Net-Zero aviation to take flight by bringing together international research to transform the aviation industry
Legal frameworks around human rights offer a means to incentivise corporate behaviour to protect the climate
A revolutionary technology developed at the University challenges farming's reliance on greenhouse gas-emitting synthetic fertilizers
The Gender Recognition Act: a trans-inclusive feminist approach
Learn about how Dr Peter Chapman's research into the psychology of road users can help save lives.
Dr Shaun French outlines how collaborative local approaches can tackle financial exclusion
Professor David Salt introduces the Future Food Beacon model for how researchers, producers, consumers and governments can work together so our food is secure, healthy and sustainable
Researchers from the ReEnTrust project explore the importance of trust in the digital age.
Dr Tom Stanton and colleagues set out why alternatives to plastic in clothing manufacturing may not always offer the assumed environmental benefits.
Dr Jacqueline Hicks explores how donors can support lower income countries to engage with the global data economy
Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic on how government can best communicate with young people
How improved communications can reduce negative health impacts from haze pollution and support haze-free consumer behaviour
Historical perspectives on predicting the behaviour of authoritarian governments
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