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Professor Joyeeta Gupta, Professor in Environment and Development will deliver the annual Gordon Goodman lecture on 2 September 2020.
A new study finds that just 2% of soy- and beef-producing properties in the Amazon and Cerrado are responsible for 62% of all potentially illegal deforestation.
The pandemic is a wake-up call to address climate change once and for all.
SEI worked with the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research to produce the country’s first energy outlook, which envisi a less fossil-fuel dependent future.
The authors conduct case studies in Indonesia to explore the value of incorporating gender equity in decision-making for a just transition to renewable energy.
A novel methodological approach to inform deforestation policies and to assess potential effectiveness of supply chain zero-deforestation commitments.
How spatial data and machine-learning techniques can connect Earth observation data to conventional economic tools to improve supply chain sustainability.
East Africa workshop launches SEI research project on the impact of financial aid in helping agriculure adapt to climate change in developing countries.
Researchers and experts explore how COVID-19 recovery strategies from the economic crisis can foster more sustainable economies.
The four-year LANDMARC project will analyse technical, socio-economic, and ecological dimensions of climate mitigation issues.
The latest insights and analysis from SEI researchers in this global emergency that is testing science, policy and society.
An online event brings together experts and Ministers from Kenya, Rwanda, and the UK to inform an upcoming independent global review on biodiversity.
This paper describes a dynamic one‐sector macroeconomic model that draws on both post‐Keynesian and classical/neo‐Marxian themes.
The Dasgupta Interim Report sets out central economic and scientific concepts that will underpin the final report on the future of biodiversity
This is the time to safeguard our biological resources to ensure long-term well-being of humans through sustainable economies.
Cities can jump-start the transition to a circular economy. The Urban Circularity Assessment Framework project addresses three gaps to facilitate this.
The LANDMARC project will enhance understanding of the potential of land-based negative emission solutions in agriculture, forestry, and other land use sectors.
Taxonomies have an important role to play in clarifying the meaning of the term "resilience", which is key to accelerating climate action and pandemic recovery.
The new Energy Policy Tracker offers a near-real-time snapshot of COVID-19 recovery packages from a climate and energy perspective.
This working paper examines the demonstration phase of commercializing a fossil fuel-free steel supply chain through a hydrogen direct reduction process.