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This conference will explore the many opportunities for policies that aim to explicitly limit fossil fuel production
How can circular solution to nutrient recycling be developed and implemented in the Baltic Sea Region?
Join this discussion to learn more about the geopolitics of sustainable development in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hand washing is the most effective measure for preventing the spread of COVID-19, provided the poor and vulnerable have access to clean water.
How do we make the pandemic recovery sustainable, just and resilient?
Read a summary of group discussions from a 2019 policy dialogue on a bioeconomy for sustainable development in Thailand.
How can climate action be accelerated whilst reducing inequalities and improving well-being?
This study provides insights on how California policy-makers can hit ambitious climate targets, in a future where water is more scarce and weather more extreme.
Focusing on biodiversity, biosafety and bioinformatics can offer a multi-dimensional strategy for effective virus risk management.
This paper describes an inclusive participatory approach engaging multi-stakeholders in decision-making processes in three African agri-food systems.
A webinar series on stakeholder engagement for evidence synthesis.
SEI’s work in the Initiative on Global Finance looked at how the global financial system at large either supports or undermines the sustainability transition.
A new analysis looks at six countries and identifies the synergies and conflicts between nationally determined contributions and Sustainable Development Goals.
Diane Archer, SEI Asia in a short interview with Thomson Reuters.
SEI's Marisa Escobar and Hector Angarita introduce the new SEI Initiative on Water Beyond Boundaries.
Key lessons for future ecological sanitation projects, from four "return to learn" initiatives in Burkina Faso.
Read the results of a scoping study on sustainable city bonds.
Which road projects offer high economic benefits combined with low environmental and social impacts?
SEI Senior Scientist Brian Joyce explains the value of water models in an interview, the first in a series from the SEI US Water Program.
SEI researchers build water models and work with stakeholders throughout Africa to explore management strategies for an uncertain climate future.