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Beyond economic metrics: The Gini index in the big data age

Inequality among people has become an increasingly salient issue globally, with data indicating a rise in inequality levels across many countries in recent years. This, in turn, has generated concerns both from the perspective ...

Why the UK needs connected strategies for net zero and leveling up

The Government's Net Zero Strategy (2022) calls for more attention to community-based action to meet ambitious targets. Similarly, the recently published report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for "left behind" neighborhoods, ...

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