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How can we reach Canada’s net-zero targets by 2050?
The Hon. Steven Guilbeault’s prioritises to help reach Canada’s net-zero targets by 2050, as charted here by Open Access Government, including the health angle.
Military burn pits: A toxic legacy of war
In recent years, the use of military burn pits has become one of the most widely discussed concerns about both current service members and veterans’ health.
How can technology help local authorities deliver the government’s Levelling Up Whitepaper agenda?
Both the Covid-19 pandemic and an escalating cost of living crisis have exposed the vast economic, health and social inequalities across the UK, with deprived communities and the most vulnerable being impacted the hardest.
Why the European Commission wants to pool Europe’s data
The EC hopes that shared public and private data lakes will create successes: Michal Gabrielczyk, Cambridge Consultants, believes the benefits of the strategy could ripple well beyond Europe.
Small changes: The secret behind public sector transformation
Martin McFadyen, Head of Public Sector, Virgin Media Business argues that small changes are the secret behind public sector transformation.
Shaping tomorrow with you: How local government can benefit from document management technology
Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners explains how local government can benefit from document management technology, as well as his thoughts on GDPR-compliance.
Government believe technology is transforming the public sector
A recent survey conducted by Fujitsu, has revealed that 86% of civil servants are certain that technology is driving a positive change in the UK government.
£90 million to revolutionise tech in UK agriculture
Business Secretary Greg Clark, announced plans to invest £90 million into improving technology in UK agriculture at the National Farmers’ Union Conference (February 21st).
45,000 households move away from benefit cap and into employment
A study from the Office for National Statistics employment statistics, shows that 107,000 households are no longer limited due to the benefit cap, with 45,000 moving into full-time or part-time work The report also shows that a record high of 32.2 million people are currently in work in the UK. There...
Swedish research and education is at the forefront of change
The work of Swedish Minister for Research and Education, Helene Hellmark Knutsson, is profiled by Open Access Government in this compelling article
The UK has 48 hours to agree to a potential Brexit deal so talks...
Michel Barnier has told EU member states that the UK has 48 hours to agree to a potential Brexit deal in order for negotiations to continue
Lithuania emerging as the ‘gateway’ to blockchain in Europe
Lithuania has announced it will be home to Europe's first Blockchain centre, making it the gateway for blockchain in Europe As well as setting an example for blockchain in Europe with the issuing of an e-money license to various companies, Lithuania is set to open the first International Blockchain Centre...
The outlook of the Finnish economy
Finland’s Ministry of Finance lifts the lid on the current phase of rapid growth of the Finnish economy and their expectations for the same in 2018
UK and EU plan Bitcoin crackdown over tax evasion fears
As the cryptocurrency hovers around the $10,000 mark, the UK and EU are threatening a bitcoin crackdown to prevent tax evasion and cybercrime
May comes closer to a Brexit deal, but Irish border remains a sticking point
Theresa May is in Brussels and is said to be getting closer to a Brexit deal but talks on the status of Northern Ireland have not progressed
A renewed relationship with Indigenous peoples and Indigenous affairs
In this article, Minister Carolyn Bennett details her key priorities concerning the advancement of Indigenous Affairs in Canada
Tackling the UK’s obesity epidemic
Professor Russell Viner from the Royal College of Paediatrics shares his thoughts on the UK Government’s strategy to tackle the UK’s obesity epidemic
Welcome to the era of open government
Director, Policy & Community at BCS David Evans provides an expert insight into the world of open government digital services
New agreement will see DKK 1 billion given to Danish research
A new broad political agreement will see DKK 1 billion given to Danish research to explore health, education, environment, and children & families
Clean air targets could be met sooner than expected
A new study indicates that clean air targets for reducing NO2 emissions from vehicles could be achieved sooner than expected Government clean air targets underestimate how long it will take to reduce NO2 emissions, according to new data. The research, published in Nature Geoscience, says the initial figures from the University...