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The fate of a century-old partnership between humans and dolphins

Humans’ interactions with nature have been the key to our global ecological success. But such interactions are typically one-sided—humans gain the largest benefits; nature pays the larger cost—thereby fueling the current global ecological crisis. Compared to the widespread escalating human-wildlife conflicts, interactions that benefit both... click to read more

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published on Sep 4, 2023
How people think about risks, politics, and sustainable development

The world is contested: trade wars between giant economies, disagreements over climate change policies, diverse measures to control pandemics, or even just two men shouting at each other on the street. Apart from using scientific insights, which tools do we, as individuals and governments, rely... click to read more

  • Frank Chuang | PhD Student at Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis and Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy, University College London, London, UK
  • Ed Manley | Professor at School of Geography, University of Leeds, and Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, London, UK
  • Arthur Petersen | Professor at Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy, University College London, London, UK
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published on May 17, 2021