When people can’t count on getting water when they need it, a study finds, they tend to hoard it, even if prices are so high that they would normally discourage consumption.
SEI worked with leaders of traditional farmers’ organizations to help ensure their voices are heard in the management of the Bali Cultural Landscape.
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.
Participants in the first International Symposium on Rain Water Harvesting and Resilience, including SEI, are urging policy-makers to develop effective measures to better use rainwater to improve food security and rural livelihoods.
The Chindwin River in Myanmar faces pollution, river bank erosion, sedimentation and decreasing river flows. SEI is providing scientific assessments and trainings to support water governance.
A workshop convened by the SEI Initiative on Fossil Fuels and Climate Change and the Research Network on Fragmentation and Complexity in Global Governance (REFRACT) brought together perspectives on the issue from international relations and international law.
The relaunched site has a fresh, cleaner design with new features to encourage discussion and interaction.
This year’s report of the Africa Progress Panel, Power, People, Planet: Seizing Africa’s Energy and Climate Opportunity, was launched on 5 June at the World Economic Forum on Africa 2015 summit, in Cape Town.
About SEI Africa
SEI's Africa Centre supports close collaboration with African organizations and networks on key environmental and development issues.
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P.O. Box 30677
Nairobi, 00100, Kenya
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