Why disability bias is a particularly stubborn problem

Our most negative societal prejudices can fade, but what sparks that change, and what does it mean when those views haven't budged in years? Tessa Charlesworth, a postdoc in the Department of Psychology, has dedicated her ...

Now is the time for lawmakers to care about microplastics

If the word 'microplastics' conjures up thoughts of straws, sea turtles, and thoughts that the world has bigger problems, you're definitely not alone. It's in the name: although they are strictly defined as plastic particles ...

Coastal threats can be tackled with more focus on adapting

A timely new report demonstrates how planners and local government decisionmakers can reduce risk from coastal hazards now, ahead of new legislation, thereby speeding up adaptation to the impacts of climate change.

'Panicked' response to pandemic made for 'shabby' legislation

A new article co-authored by King's academic Professor Andrew Blick argues that—while there is no doubt that the circumstances of the pandemic called for exceptional safeguarding measures—established contingencies legislation ...

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