The HELCOM holistic assessment 2011-2016 provides an update on the environmental situation in the Baltic Sea capturing a ‘moment’ in its dynamic life cycle.
Here you’ll find research, publications, perspectives and events related to SEI Tallinn.
The information boards installed on the changing cabins on Pirita beach in Tallinn, Estonia, provide information on the issue of plastic waste in the sea.
SEI experts organised a brainstorming workshop for people interested in combining food waste research with citizen science approaches.
This paper presents and tests a conceptual framework for analysing the trade-offs that underpin the relationship between development and disaster risk.
This workshop will be the first step at setting up the network of combining research in food waste and citizen science.
Plastic waste is polluting the Baltic sea and is a problem there just as much as it is in the rest of the world, needing to be addressed by politicians.
SEI Tallinn's new office is located at the Arsenal Centre, Tallinn.
By scaling up 10 selected low-carbon energy solutions, the Baltics, Poland and Ukraine could reduce their emissions by 150 Mt while saving money over time.
SEI Tallinn and partners kick off a project to build bioeconomy clusters in rural areas of the region.
The event highlighted the proven solutions from exiting fossil fuel-based economies and transitioning to low-carbon societies based on Green to Scale.
On April 13, the Coalition for Sustainable Development (Kestliku Arengu Koalisatsioon) was founded in Estonia.
Måns Nilsson takes over as Executive Director of Stockholm Environment Institute in April 2018.
SEI has been rated among the world’s most influential environment policy think tanks in the 2017 Global Go To Think Tanks Index.
SEI Tallinn held a seminar to mark 25 years of operations. It was a time to reflect on our impact on Estonian society and look to the challenges ahead.