The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented stress test for policy. Those at the sharp end of decision making will be under extreme pressure, to keep health services functioning and to minimize the length and depth of the economic shock. Where our expertise is relevant and when we can make a constructive input, SEI will support policy makers and practitioners as they navigate this crisis. For example, we will provide evidence that can help to align the economic recovery with an equitable climate transition.
The event will highlight the need for and effectiveness of gender-responsive disaster risk reduction in COVID-19 recovery.
Can a world still reeling from the pandemic use Earth Day as a turning point to establish a new relationship with the environment?
The destruction of nature endangers both human and environmental health. Nature-based solutions could prove the “Earth’s best bet for the coming decades.”
SEI's Ploy Achakulwisut and Michael Boyland reflect on a year of converging crises, from COVID-19 to air pollution and climate change.
Raising climate ambition in the context of economic development and human health - that was the topic of this webinar.
Online webinar exploring holistic ways to tackle air pollution, health, COVID-19 recovery and climate change.
Professor Joyeeta Gupta, Professor in Environment and Development delivered the annual Gordon Goodman lecture online on 2 September 2020.
This London Climate Action Week Event convened researchers and government and UN officials to preview findings from the 2020 Production Gap Report.
How can we better understand and plan for the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on water and food security?
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?
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.
Join this discussion to learn more about the geopolitics of sustainable development in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.