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Thomas Hale quoted in relation to the new Oxford Net Zero 2022 stocktake report on net zero targets.
Thomas Hale discussed net zero governance on the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy’s podcast series.
Thomas Hale argues in the Financial Times that carbon offsets are not necessarily a no-no, but companies must be transparent in how they use them.
Thomas Hale comments on Shanghai's phased lockdown and says that more Chinese cities are using restrictive measures than any other time since 2020.
Thomas Hale writes that based on two years of data from our government response tracker, interpersonal trust is essential in fighting a pandemic.
Companies are under additional scrutiny because of the wide-spread rush to adopt climate-friendly language and take on net-zero targets to appeal to consumers, says Thomas Hale.
The article argues that politicisation fuels the debate over mandatory vaccination. Thomas Hale says that vaccination requirements are here to stay and can increase the number of vaccinated people (in Portuguese).
Thomas Hale comments on vaccination supply and health systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
Governments now have more choices when responding to COVID-19 due to higher immunity in their populations, says Thomas Hale.