The impacts of and solutions to environmental change are never gender-neutral. SEI’s work explores the gender dimensions of vulnerability, and opportunities for women to play a greater role in shaping sustainable development.
Green infrastructure solutions support cities in reaching climate goals. B.Green project developed a model for digital and participatory urban planning.
An additional 6 million metric tons of plastic waste was generated in 2021 compared to 2019. SEI's Toby Gardner says decisive government action is needed.
Urban planning for disaster risk reduction in Asia risks neglecting the rights of poor and vulnerable groups.
This paper investigates the long-term (2070–2099) potential impacts of climate change on global food trade networks of three key crops: wheat, rice and maize.
SEI played a leading role in a partnership to develop a Regional Bioeconomy Strategy for East Africa, the first of its kind for the continent.
This article summarizes lessons learned from ‘Aashukan’ an Indigenous exchange organized in Canada in conjunction with the IAIA Conference in 2017.
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 review collates the literature on GESI outcomes in the context of WASH interventions and highlights knowledge gaps and clusters in the evidence base.