Energy access, renewables, agriculture, biomass, food security, water and sanitation are key areas of engagement for SEI in sub-Saharan Africa.
This article studies the coordination efforts of the most important multilateral climate funds, the CIF and the GCF, on the global level, in Kenya and Zambia.
Researchers conducted workshops and questionnaires with international experts to standardize and consolidate the data collection process in peatland research.
This systematic evidence synthesis collated evidence on the impact of WASH interventions on GESI outcomes in low- and middle-income countries.
Researchers analysed the mental and physical responses of people walking in urban settings in cities in Kenya and Thailand, with unexpected results.
A new feature of SEI’s WEAP tool allows users to gain insight on water stress at the local scale, enabling accurate SDG reporting and regional water planning.
Researchers investigated migration in Namibia, with findings indicating that climate hazards could be driving people from rural to to peri-urban areas.
SEI experts analyse how water efficiency and storage methods can help Rwanda meet its sustainable development and economic growth goals.
SEI's Graduate Fellow Sharon Onyango, in a Q and A spoke to 'Daily Nation' on the place of youth in the climate change agenda.
This session in this year's Gobeshona Global Conference will detail SEI's research on how to tailor Loss and Damage financial support to local needs.
Perhaps counterintuitively, some fossil-based cooking fuels are better for climate and health than the biomass fuels used by 2.4 billion people, research shows.
Speaking to NTV, SEI Africa director Philip Osano tells young people to translate conference appearances into tangible activities.
A diverse array of leaders will gather in a rare UN water conference. SEI experts suggest three ways to foster a more water-resilient world.
A new tool, LUCI, has been developed as part of the Locacons Project to determine the broader impacts of development interventions.
Expanding the use of LPG and/or grid electricity to replace biomass-fueled cooking in low- and middle-income countries benefits human health and climate.
A novel analysis shows the global climate and health benefits of switching biomass cookstoves in low- and middle-income countries to electricity and LPG.