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A new study highlights how different literature portrays the pros and cons of offshore wind. Comprehensive assessment frameworks could create more consistency in the future.
Canada needs additional regulation, developed through public consultations, stakeholder collaborations and community partnerships, to help regulate genetic testing and prevent genetic discrimination.
The six-year-late UK national action plan for the sustainable use of pesticides is finally due but experts doubt it will be radical enough.
Shea is a key economic crop for poor women in the northern parts of Ghana.
With its IPPO partners, The Conversation is addressing some of the biggest policy challenges.
Setting guidelines for human coexistence with carnivores usually falls to local community leaders. An expert explains why the federal government should step in.
You can affect how legislators vote, but you can’t just fire off a nasty email and expect them to listen to you.
Ghana is a signatory to several international conventions that oblige it to guarantee the right to life.
Sex-based policies can lead to backlash and further discrimination in the workplace.
Zambia has progressively incorporated green-based policy interventions since the 1960s.
Improving the ability for worker’s voices and perspectives to be heard in the workplace could have wide ranging benefits for employers and broader society at large.
Over the coming weeks, IPPO will publish a series of evidence reviews commissioned to get to the heart of the major social questions facing policymakers in the wake of the pandemic.
A new environment calls for new approaches to policy-making that can more effectively navigate the complexities of today’s world.
Ghana’s government should shift to a community-based and voluntary approach to forest restoration and conservation
In Africa, French will only continue to embed itself - if speaking it is in the interests of Africans and not attached to French foreign policy interests.
Nigeria’s banking sector is dominated by local players born out of state policy.
Flood risks are rising as the climate warms. The risks are complex, as a levee or new roadway in one place can worsen flooding somewhere else.
Here’s how the government can provide clarity on the volatile cost of living crisis
British households waste nearly 32% of all purchased food items per year.