Wealthy governments risk inflating the private sector’s contribution to a USD 100 billion target to climate-proof developing countries. Climate Home, UK
The Economics of Land Degradation Initiative, an SEI partner, launches key report at the 70th United Nations General Assembly.
COP21 is crucial because its expected outcome is a new international agreement on climate change, applicable to all, to keep global warming below 2°C.
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.
SEI had five representatives at last week’s Global Alliance for Clean Cookstove’s bi-annual gathering in Accra, Ghana, tackling the clean cooking agenda from diverse perspectives. Read what they learned at the event, and view videos of their responses to sessions.
Actions aimed at slowing the expansion of oil supplies could, barrel for barrel, be as effective at reducing CO2 emissions as policies to limit oil consumption.
21 of California’s groundwater basins and sub-basins are ‘critically overdrafted’. It is time to work together to break entrenched positions and find more sustainable solutions.
As the EU-funded EcoAdapt programme nears its end, a workshop in Spain draws lessons about good governance and effective natural resources management.
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SEI's Africa Centre supports close collaboration with African organizations and networks on key environmental and development issues.
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