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.
This report is the concluding scientific product of the Arctic Resilience Assessment, a project launched by the Swedish Chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
We know the Arctic is changing fast, but the big picture is rarely captured. The reality is that changes in the region are closely interconnected.
Understanding and responding to the signals of a changing climate, as shown by a thawing Arctic, will be a major security challenge of this century.
How global markets, climate policy and geopolitics could shape the future of Mirny, a Siberian city built on diamond mining.
Arctic Freshwater Capital in the Nordic Countries (CAPITAL) is a flagship project for the Finnish Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers.
Resource Extraction and Sustainable Arctic Communities (REXSAC) is an interdisciplinary research environment focusing on sustainability and Arctic mining.
Aimed at providing an opportunity to link Swedish research on the politics of Arctic change.
Actions aimed at slowing the expansion of oil supplies could, barrel for barrel, be as effective at reducing CO2 emissions as policies to limit oil consumption.