SEI US is a non-profit research organization with offices in California, Massachusetts and Washington State. We conduct research and engage with decision-makers on energy, water and climate policy.
This perspective examines the decline of democracy, the rise of authoritarianism, and the implications for the climate change and sustainability agendas.
This paper introduces an analytical framework hypothesizing how ideas, institutions, and interests may influence policy coherence at different policy stages.
The Water Evaluation and Planning tool (WEAP) provides a comprehensive, flexible and user-friendly framework for policy analysis in water resources planning.
The Low Emissions Analysis Platform (LEAP) is a powerful, versatile system for energy planning and climate change mitigation assessment.