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Eyesore or energy? Dutch government needs to take a lead in framing the national debate on wind turbines

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Written by Ian Caldwell Tuesday, 29 April 2014 10:49

SEI-News-EyesoreOrEnergy-Flickr-FaceMePLS-4815919388 7fe1fb6648 o-140x70 In an op-ed by SEI guest researcher Pieter Pauw, he argues that the Dutch government must advance discussions on renewable energy beyond aesthetic issues and focus on the big picture.
 

Third retreat for Sustainable Development Goals negotiators to unpack "transformative" agenda

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Written by Caspar Trimmer Monday, 07 April 2014 10:00

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SDG negotiators are meeting in New York to look at the meaning of a "transformative" post-2015 agenda. 

 

   

What can scenario modelling tell us about the world in 2050?

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Written by Caspar Trimmer Friday, 04 April 2014 12:35

SEI-News-SEI-KTH-1stSeminar-140x70 The new SEI-KTH seminar series Thinking Ahead got off to an auspicious start yesterday with "What can scenario methodologies tell us about the world in 2050?"
 

5th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC DAVOS 2014

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Thursday, 03 April 2014 14:36

sei-news-sei-supports-drr-conference-150x75 Disaster risk reduction is a key initiative for SEI and so we are pleased to endorse this conference.
   

SEI briefs Swedish parliament on latest climate research

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Written by Robert Watt Wednesday, 02 April 2014 12:41

SEI-News-SEIBriefsSwedishParliamentOnLatestClimateReport-140x70 SEI Senior Research Fellow and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) coordinating lead author, Richard Klein, briefed members of the Swedish parliament on the latest IPCC report at a seminar on 2 April.
   

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