SEI has a long history of supporting Nordic cooperation in areas such as climate adaptation and sustainable development.
Join us to discuss how governments and industries can work together to take a strategic view on climate change mitigation and adaptation.
This will bring together policy makers, experts and scientists to discuss solutions to a sustainable transition of the global food system for climate action.
This event will discuss how to scale up action related to loss and damage.
This workshop aims to share lessons learned from the current work of Nordic municipalities with estimating carbon sinks and challenges they face in this area.
This workshop aims to share lessons learned from the current work of Nordic municipalities on estimating consumption-based emissions and challenges identified.
Join our workshop on 2 June 2022 to explore the current work of Nordic municipalities on climate neutrality.
On 1 June 2022, join our lively discussion on the scaling up of action for a global concerted One Health response to the antibiotic antimicrobial resistance.
This project aims to develop guidelines for Nordic municipalities to quantify consumption-based emissions and sinks, and draft road maps for climate neutrality.
SEI applied two different kinds of tools to the question of putting health and social care services online to improve access.
With ocean temperatures reaching record levels, experts and agents of change met to explore the intersection of climate change, oceans and global security.
SEI is participating in this digital conference, part of the Common Nordic event during the European Sustainable Development Week 2020.
The peak of the coronavirus pandemic saw a spurt in recycling of clothes in Estonia, ETV news show "Aktuaalne kaamera" reported.
SEI Tallinn conducted research on demand-responsive transport in the Nordics and Baltics to provide an overview of factors hindering and facilitating it.
Join us for an exciting two-day conference of the project “Towards a Nordic-Baltic circular textile system” funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
Nordic countries offer proven and scalable solutions for cutting emissions globally. What would the impacts be if more cities joined in?