SEI research explores the interconnections and synergies between human health and environmental sustainability, in a range of contexts from households, to disasters to urban systems.
This year’s World Wetlands Day, celebrated annually on 2nd February, is focused on wetlands restoration. Sharon Onyango pens on urban wetlands restoration
COP27 ended with a decision to establish a Loss and Damage fund for countries most-affected by climate change. SEI and ICCCAD researchers want your insight.
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.
War, pandemic and the growing threat of climate change make the need to invest in energy efficiency all the more urgent. The technology already exists.
Improving air quality and protection for workers in the grilled food sector means addressing the various dimensions of the impacts of grill smoke.
A new sustainability assessment method can identify strengths and weaknesses of different sanitation systems across the sanitation service chain in Montero.
SEI Asia’s new online learning modules on “air pollution and the world of work” aims to advance our understanding of the effects of air pollution.