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New scientific targets bring together healthy diets with a healthy planet

Transformation of the global food system is urgently needed says Oxford Martin School co-authored EAT-Lancet Commission report

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Alternative proteins can cut deaths by 5% and food-related greenhouse gas emissions by 25%

New report investigates the potential of meat alternatives to transform the global food system.

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Satellite data suggest conservation success likely for marine ‘Blue Belt’

Study demonstrates a willingness for fishing vessels to move their activities outside of protected waters

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Should vaccination be compulsory?

In his new open access book, 'The Ethics of Vaccination', Alberto Giubilini considers whether we need compulsory vaccination to protect herd immunity.

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Blog: 'The retreat of the Himalayan glaciers is a ticking time bomb'

Professor Ian Goldin witnessed first-hand the impact of climate change on one of the world's most important water sources

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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?

We are a world-leading centre of pioneering research that tackles urgent global challenges.

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