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This study seeks to analyze conflicts using a disaggregated quantitative approach, to better understand existing and potential water stress.
Here are 10 ways that climate service providers can support climate change adaptation planning and decision-making.
This initiative enables integrated national planning for Nationally Determined Contributions and Sustainable Development Goals.
This initiative will look at dimensions for the deployment of gridless technologies to accelerate progress towards climate and the SDGs.
The project's aim is to explore how stakeholder processes affect social relations between actors involved in water governance.
This initiative seeks to uncover and address the barriers that uphold the fossil fuel-based economy.
Our work aims to transform current decision making around access to water, the greatest risk to global prosperity, and addressing the SDGs.
This project provides cities with an adjustable framework to assess their level and potential for circularity.
An SEI Research Associate attended COP25 but found that the most powerful debate on climate justice was happening outside the official negotiations.
The overarching aim of the CANDI project is to increase the uptake of food with lower environmental impacts. Get the findings from its first phase.
Today sees the launch of the Green Assets Wallet, an innovative blockchain database, for issuers and investors of green bonds.
SEI Tallinn would like to thank all its project partners and collaborators towards making the world a better and more sustainable place. Happy holiday season!
This exploratory study applies a standardised analysis framework to health and wellbeing metrics of cities in the UK, Sweden, Estonia, Kenya and Thailand.
As of this month, SEI Tallinn is the holder of the European Green Office Certificate.
How can we innovate at scale while tailoring to the unique features of every community? You can do it with our new behaviour-based approach.
A meeting of experts kicked off a crucial process in developing the Agenda 2030 Compass – a strategic decision-support tool based on the SDGs.
The University of Oxford gives its "Gold Standard" award to SEI Oxford for its high-quality internship programme.
Welcome to an interactive seminar to discuss the future direction of design within the research for sustainable development.
Dagens Nyheter interviewed SEI Senior Research Fellow Francis X. Johnson as part of the newspaper’s investigation into the Swedish Energy Agency’s CDM program.
This paper calculates the degree to which the output of some raw materials sectors — such as mining and forestry — cascades through the economy.