The Baltic region faces a unique set of environmental challenges, in particular pollution from industry and agriculture. SEI provides knowledge and enhances collaboration between countries and stakeholders in the region to provide solutions and seek opportunities for a more sustainable Baltic.
This article presents a systemic map of literature relating to ecotechnologies designed for use in the wastewater sector.
The project aim is to develop a structure for data gathering and storage and to map the environmental footprint of the Estonian defence and security sector.
This study applied the Soil & Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) in three catchments of the Baltic Sea to simulate the effectiveness of EU nutrient control measures.
This study will propose and analyse reforms in Estonia that will enable the country to achieve climate-neutral electricity production by 2050.
Welcome to the BONUS RETURN project's final conference where results, conclusions and recommendations will be presented.
The peak of the coronavirus pandemic saw a spurt in recycling of clothes in Estonia, ETV news show "Aktuaalne kaamera" reported.
This article reviews the technologies and practices that turn waste streams into valuable resources.
SEI Tallinn conducted research on demand-responsive transport in the Nordics and Baltics to provide an overview of factors hindering and facilitating it.
In this Q&A, Kaja Peterson from SEI’s Tallinn centre sheds light on how policy can improve water management in the Baltic Sea region.
At the webinar, we will give an overview of the circular city concept, discuss the role of architecture and digital transformation and other aspects.
The workshop aims to produce tangible prototype interventions that will contribute towards the broader mission of a Baltic Sea unaffected by pollution.
SEI Tallinn and the Estonian Association for Environmental Management are organizing a webinar to discuss implementing a circular economy in the textile sector.
The aim of the project was to identify the potential of the production, distribution and consumption of hydrogen in Estonia and the capacity for its deployment.
This event presents insights from researchers, industry representatives and policy makers on how EU member countries can successfully achieve a just transition.
This page gives an overview of SEI Tallinn's research into Estonia's pathways to becoming climate neutral by 2050.