The plastic ban gathers momentum - Ipsos ‘Throwaway World’ study
Three in four (74%) Australians indicate a preference for purchasing products that use as little packaging as possible, greater than the global average figure of 71%, according to the Ipsos Global Advisor study Throwaway World conducted in 28 countries.
Men less likely than women to need intelligence and good looks to get ahead
New research to support the launch of King’s College London’s World Questions event series, which begins with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Julia Gillard on 13 November, reveals public perceptions of what helps or hinders women’s equality in Britain and around the world.
Populist and Nativist Views Still Prevail in Australia
At a global level, perceptions that the system is broken remain as prevalent today as they were weeks after the election of Donald Trump and months after a majority of British voters opted to leave the European Union – and the same is true in Australia.