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Nordic countries offer proven and scalable solutions for cutting emissions globally. What would the impacts be if more cities joined in?
The new Production Gap Report shows that the world is on track to produce 120% more fossil fuels than can be burned under 1.5°C warming.
This report is the first assessment of the gap between Paris Agreement goals and countries’ planned production of coal, oil and gas.
SEI participated in the release of a report highlighting the contribution of innovative green solutions in Nordic cities to the reduction of carbon emissions.
Blog post from the Green Climate Fund on climate change and air pollution, two of the greatest environmental challenges of our time.
Sanitation discourse in Kenya has made strides towards inclusiveness, realism and sustainability, but what happens after will decide the event's true success.
To mark World Toilet Day 2019, three SEI researchers shared their perspective on global sanitation challenges and what this day means to them.
Impact of climate change and mining on streamflows and metal loadings in Chindwin river were assessed.
Gender perspectives and the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) report.
The report explores gender issues in climate change adaptation.
The brief calls for transforming the current linear take>make>waste system into one where waste is reused as raw materials, completing the resource circle.
The StratKIT Baltic Sea Region Stakeholder Round Table brings together public procurers, catering service providers, public authorities, suppliers & customers.
This guide is for companies and organizations who aim to use offsets in voluntary greenhouse gas reduction strategies.
The SEI Strategy 2020–24 readies us to make a marked contribution to the changes needed in how human society governs and interacts with the environment.
As Tacloban city struggles six years after being devastated by Typhoon Yolanda, a call to transform current development and recovery models.
Aid Atlas helps users to more easily understand how development funding is being provided, where it is going, and what it’s being used for.
Interview with the lead authors of the UN Environment report, Marine Plastic Litter in East Asian Seas: Gender, Human Rights and Economic Dimensions
For this year’s Gordon Goodman Memorial Lecture, environmental historian Sverker Sörlin examined the evolution of the concept of the environment.
A new SEI Project Report describes a proof-of-concept study applying the SDG Synergies approach at the level of the European Union.
Lauded indigenous leader from West Timur Mama Aleta recently spoke with SEI, urging the use of Indigenous knowledge to meet today's environmental challenges.