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Can low-carbon options help expand energy access in Africa?

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Written by Marion Davis Tuesday, 13 May 2014 13:49

SEI-2014-news-NCE-Africa-sm As part of the New Climate Economy project, SEI and IIASA convened a workshop in Nairobi to examine the extent to which these technologies are making a difference, and what it will take to scale them up.
 

Q&A: Gary Haq on the evolution of environmental policy

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Written by Howard Cambridge Monday, 12 May 2014 23:00

SEI-2014-news-QandA-Gary-Haq-sm A new book co-authored by SEI Research Fellow Gary Haq offers an overview of environmental policies over the last 60 years, with perspectives from economics, sociology, politics, and social policy.
   

Adding missing links in sanitation value chains

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Written by Ian Caldwell Sunday, 11 May 2014 23:00

SEI-News-SuSanAWebinar7-140x70 This five-part webinar, part of the SEI-SuSanA webinar series that examines Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sanitation projects covers projects in India, South Africa and Kenya. 
 

Special journal issue examines evolving international water law

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Written by Marion Davis Sunday, 11 May 2014 04:43

SEI-2014-news-RECIEL-intl-water-sm SEI Research Fellow Harro van Asselt is editor of RECIEL journal and co-editor of a special issue on major ongoing developments in international water law.
   

Seminar explores opportunities for collaboration on sustainable sanitation in Africa

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Written by Kim Andersson Thursday, 08 May 2014 23:00

SEI-News-SustainableSanitationSeminarInNairobi-140x70 The SEI-led event explored opportunities for collaboration on future projects within the newly launched SEI Sustainable and Productive Sanitation Initiative for Africa.
   

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