The Arctic is changing rapidly, with profound implications for social and ecological systems. SEI research seeks to understand the drivers, and implications, of these changes.
Restructuring the socio-economic systems towards a more equal distribution is necessary to tackle climate change effectively.
By valuing nature, through human-nature connectedness, we can conquer health and environmental problems and arrive at strong sustainability.
This article describes an upcoming Systemic Map Protocol on the evidence of the effects of public policy interventions to achieve sustainable food consumption
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on the state of climate mitigation. SEI researchers offer their main takeaways.
As we decarbonize our energy system, we must also address the harmful public health and environmental impacts of oil and gas extraction.
The safe operating space of the novel entities planetary boundary is exceeded, as annual production and releases are faster than global assessment capacity.
The effectiveness systematic review assesses the overall impact of residential energy efficiency, including installations and behaviour interventions.
This event takes up why wetlands are a key for climate change and traditional livelihoods and discusses strengthening their restoration and conservation.
Effective stewardship of Arctic wetlands, including conservation and restoration efforts, can buy time by contributing to climate mitigation and adaptation.
SEI's Executive Director Måns Nilsson comments on the new IPCC Climate report on CNBC's morning show, stating that it is a big warning signal to world leaders.
Read about a new framework that can help to understand the impacts of climate change across national borders.
A new report, led by SEI and partners, highlights the importance of Arctic wetlands and provides recommendations for their management.
This report explores the issue of Arctic wetland degradation, and offers insights into how to strengthen the resilience and sustainability of these vital areas.
How can narrative storytelling techniques, combined with academic research, help to guard against future outbreaks of fishery conflicts?
The authors present key findings and policy recommendations to protect Arctic wetlands, as wildlife habitats, carbon storage and more.