Energy access, renewables, agriculture, biomass, food security, water and sanitation are key areas of engagement for SEI in sub-Saharan Africa.
For more than a decade, SEI's Lawrence Nzuve worked with world-renowned paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey in northern Kenya and spoke to Science on his impact.
This project explores access to EU markets for East African small-medium enterprises in the agriculture sector and the effect of EU sustainability standards
City planning needs to consider livability and resident well-being alongside equality of environmental and economic development.
Climate change is taking a toll on coffee production not just in Brazil, but globally. Ensuring a steady supply will require more help for individual farmers.
Novel co-created transdisciplinary research uses arts and humanities methods to explore air pollution in an informal settlement (Mukuru) in Nairobi, Kenya.
This SEI report outlines issues that stakeholders in water, sanitation and energy services believe are holding back uptake of promising gridless technologies.
The objectives of this study were to screen cassava varieties and early generation clones for time of maturity to identify genotypes for different market uses.
Since 2018, seven countries in Eastern Africa have worked on developing a regional bioeconomy strategy, culminating in the presentation of a draft summary.
Policies can support a shift towards more plant-based food in high-consuming countries, with benefits for climate, public health and biodiversity.
To ensure future sustainability, cities need to consider concepts of livability and resident wellbeing alongside environmental and economic development equity.
Climate finance for adaptation in Africa falls short in quantity; variation among countries; neglect of some sectors; difficulty spending funds and debt.
The authors present four priorities for the G20 to contribute its "fair share", both in terms of mitigation effort and finance.
Local actors drive change and advance the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for the Sustainable Development Goals.
In this INTALInC webinar, experts explore promising approaches aimed at overcoming exclusion in East African urban transport planning.
Integrating health in nationally determined contributions (NDCs) can motivate ambitious climate actions.