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Rigorous testing and contact tracing would allow the US to reopen the economy, according to preliminary results from a new post-Keynesian model.
This report sheds light on what it takes to co-produce transdisciplinary knowledge on sustainable urban development in Africa.
An enhanced approach to life cycle assessments of globally traded agricultural commodities that takes into account the specifics of individual supply chains.
What are the challenges in making transitions to a bio-economy? This brief discusses strategies for making the transition, with a particular focus on the EU.
To meet climate goals and avoid further market chaos, governments need to plan the decline of coal, oil and gas production, with support for workers.
A summary of outcomes and reflections from a citizen food assembly organized in the City of York.
Sweden's deputy prime minister Isabella Lövin was among panelists discussing how to ensure a sustainable, just and resilient COVID-19 recovery.
Now more than ever, we need an environmentalism that works through and for the poor and marginalized.
Read key insights on how to bridge climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the European Green Deal.
How can the European Green Deal create a sustainable Europe post-COVID-19 that takes into consideration equity in and between countries, as well as generations?
Read the annual round up of SEI's research, engagement and operations in 2019 – how we work in partnership for change.
SEI and CIFOR join efforts to evaluate and improve the legal and institutional framework for a sustainable use of wild meat in Guyana.
This article proposes Evidence Synthesis 2.0, a new model of evidence synthesis that may solve the shortcomings of current systematic reviews.
What opportunities for transformation lie in the disruption wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and how can we seize them? Decision makers and experts discussed.
Results from a stakeholder analysis that unpacks the institutional setups and power dynamics among stakeholders involved in the Thai bioeconomy.
The report discusses the adoption of AI for water-related sustainable development.
Could creation of an "open synthesis community" enhance the practice of evidence synthesis?
This paper recommends improvements to the WHO's 2018 global ambient air quality database to enable better city comparisons.
Climate change is expected to increase disaster displacement and influence migration dynamics as the impacts of environmental hazards become more intense.
The Ministry of Health in Kenya asks for SEI’s support in tackling COVID-19 related infectious waste