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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.
Impact reductions from SLCPs, CO2, and other air pollutants for Nepal are examined under different scenarios.
This paper identifies improvements needed in models and scenarios incorporating land-use change in biodiversity impact assessments.
Weather-index insurance can shield smallholder farmers from climate-related disasters, but it's mainly the wealthy who can afford it. How to change that?
SEI research projects on adaptation provide crucial insights for organizations working to alleviate poverty and increase food security.
The Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds to midnight. Sivan Kartha, who helped set the clock, explains why climate change demands an emergency response.
Introduction to a new Trase dataset, including an indicator of future deforestation risk linked to climate change
This report unveils pivotal governance, management and profit reinvestment models used by fair trade enterprises that are already working across the world.
The Data Revolution can radically alter how we combat tropical deforestation – but it's not just about generating new data.
Review of evidence on the effectiveness of ecotechnologies that recover and reuse carbon and/or nutrients in the Baltic Sea region and comparable areas.
Climate services can help agriculture in African countries adapt to climate change.
The first national assessment of air pollutant emission levels and the expected benefits of air pollutant emission control measures in Côte d’Ivoire.
How do investors in the power sector perceive climate risks and factor them into decision-making? This report examines the outlook in Southeast Asia.
Are water and energy policies in sync? This brief examines policy coherence in two of the largest cities in the US and China.
Learning Labs, created by SEI and partners for southern African cities, underscore the importance of collaboration to address urgent climate adaptation needs.