Countries and cities all over the world adopted unprecedented mobility restrictions to combat the pandemic: the “pico y cedúla” example
Tackling global challenges, one issue at a time. From energy and the environment to economics, development and global health, our expert contributors look at all angles. ANGLE focuses on the intersection of science, policy and politics in an evolving and complex world.
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Sudden massive cuts to UK funding of development research threatens to decimate international collaborations and irreparably harm science
We are the last generation that can prevent irreparable damage to our planet, let's clean up, catch up and smarten up.
To break the monopoly of expensive paid journals, we should make use of free journals and free platforms of editorial boards evaluating preprint articles.
How we can create a more ambitious, more radical (and maybe even more optimistic) view of the low-carbon future.
Transport accounts for a quarter of global carbon dioxide emissions and remains one of few sectors where emissions are still growing. A key challenge is determining the relative importance of pursuing a technological or a sociological solution: should we change transportation or the behaviour of people?