Reducing crisis risk in tourism, hospitality

As borders reopen and a new wave of COVID-19 sweeps the world, international travel faces new challenges which must be addressed by internal reforms and restructures, according to business analysts in Australia and New Zealand.

Exploring the psychology of welfare politics

Recent political history has shown that United States conservative leaders tend to vote against the expansion of federal welfare, or social safety net, programs. But are conservative-leaning citizens less likely than their ...

Community 'voice' should guide expanding African cities

Two new environmental policy briefings, aimed at decision makers working on rapidly expanding urban areas in southern Africa, emphasize that local community voices must be included in the early planning stages to minimize ...

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