Energy access, renewables, agriculture, biomass, food security, water and sanitation are key areas of engagement for SEI in sub-Saharan Africa.
STAR can be used by business, governments and civil society to identify actions to halt and reverse species extinction across the globe.
Cities provide critical venues to advance climate resiliency and decarbonize. We examine six economies and propose how cities can lead on climate action.
This guide to developing domestic carbon crediting systems is intended to help policymakers considering whether and how to establish these mechanisms at home.
It is not every day that you encounter a convergence of the traditional and the modern in deep rural Kenya, especially in the nomadic north.
The initial focus of the GTN is on the European trade strategy and key environmental trade policy measures such as the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism.
The authors propose a framework for a just transition for climate change adaptation focused on justice – both procedural and distributional – and connectedness.
Using creative engagement methods can transform city planning and widen inclusion.
Two new cookbooks showcase ways to integrate traditional African culinary practices into contemporary recipes that feature insects.
This policy brief shares ten practical recommendations for urban policy makers, planners, designers and local authorities in dryland areas in Africa.
This policy brief shares ten practical recommendations for urban policy makers in dryland Africa to use when planning, developing and implementing policies.
This report explores the value of using of Croton megalocarpus Hutch in Kenya as part of the expansion of the bioeconomy in sub-Saharan Africa.
This article explores the relationship between poverty and energy access in Malawi and whether unconditional social cash transfers help close the energy gap.
This initiative brings together researchers and practitioners to explore the implications of the quality of government on water and sanitation outcomes.
This research project explores the effectiveness of financial risk mitigation in attracting private investment in renewable energy in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Food and nutrition insecurity remains a major issue around the world. How can we design a successful Theory of Change approach to help tackle this challenge?