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The paper introduces a special issue of Applied Energy that compiles studies that can shed light on key issues in future energy and economic decarbonization.
This article explores an obstacle to supply-side policy: the national government's narrative that fossil fuel extraction is necessary for development.
A new Nature article lays out the economic, political and symbolic effects of subsidies – and why their removal is important to a low-carbon transition.
This article in Nature explains how subsidies affect fossil fuel investment and why they deserve greater attention in global modelling analyses.
Two Swedish case studies offer insights about how to improve "co-design" processes to support climate change adaptation planning for natural hazards.
How can scientists find new ways to collaborate with policymakers and practitioners in order to have more impact on the future of food security?
Get an overview of sustainability assessment frameworks and indicators for monitoring bioeconomy activities and outcomes.
PURE supports development of just and representative climate resilient urban strategies in dryland Namibia, to enhance future health, wellbeing and development
This film highlights circular solutions for recovering and reusing nutrients in wastewater and agriculture...
Global think tank ranking places SEI top among environment policy think tanks.
SEI's Zoha Shawoo talks about working with the authors of the next major report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Ecotechnologies can turn carbon and nutrients into benefits. What would the circular management of nutrients look like in the Baltic Sea Region?
This policy brief responds to the recent government inquiry into phosphorus recycling and the future of agricultural use of sewage sludge in Sweden.
Launch of documentary film produced by SEI through the EU co-funded project BONUS RETURN on innovations for recycling nutrients from agriculture and wastewater.
Join us for an exciting two-day conference of the project “Towards a Nordic-Baltic circular textile system” funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
The European Green Deal presents one of the most ambitions plans for a sustainable green transition. What will be the implications of this strategy?
Two briefs explain the premise and rules for a game SEI and partners created to help policymakers in urban Africa learn about climate change and its impacts.
Smallholder farmers are under increasing pressure to grow more and better-quality food in a sustainable manner. What innovations can help them achieve that?
This report presents discussions from the second in a series of policy dialogues on the bioeconomy, held in Bangkok, Thailand.
This workshop brief presents the results of the first Policy Dialogue on a Bioeconomy for Sustainable Development, held in Tallinn, Estonia.