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SCIENCE, PEOPLE & POLITICS

ISSN: 1751598x (Online and available as pdf, html or print), scientifically literate humanities

Welcome from Helen, the editor. May 2021.

2021
VOLUME XII
ISSUE ONE
Economics. A proposal to underpin the idea of universal wage, and linkage to genetics.


2020
VOLUME XI


ISSUE FOUR
UN meeting commemorates the international day for the total elimination of nuclear weapons.


ISSUE THREEE
Global meeting focuses on biodiversity.


ISSUE TWO
Sudan and South Sudan


ISSUE ONE
A search for global peace.


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PICTURE CREDITS:1. NASA. 2. JAXA/NASA. 3. NASA. 4.NASA.
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Editor: Helen Gavaghan
Deputy editor: Fred Pearce.

MAGAZINE EDITORIAL ADVISORS
Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance),
Dr Ferdinando Patat (astronomy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography and environment), Martin Redfern (general)



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2019
VOLUME X
ISSUE ONE Brexit editorial | ISSUE TW0 World of whales | ISSUE THREE The Fungarium at Kew & UN call for Universal Health Coverage. Grooming and sexual violence. |
ISSUE FOUR Brazil: where forest meets savannah & World Science Forum Budapest.

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