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Q&A: Linn Persson on new research on meeting the 2020 goal on chemicals management

Q&A: Linn Persson on new research on meeting the 2020 goal on chemicals management

SEI provides recommendations for improving chemicals regimes, to reduce human exposure to hazardous chemicals. 

Gauging what’s possible: Modelling climate action in Latin America

Gauging what’s possible: Modelling climate action in Latin America

A side-event co-hosted by SEI at COP20 showed how analytical tools such as SEI’s LEAP, and integrated analyses like the ongoing CLIMACAP/LEAP project, can help raise mitigation ambition in the region.

We're recruiting at our Bangkok Centre!

We're recruiting at our Bangkok Centre!

3 Positions: Water resource management and modelling | Agricultural water use and climate change | Energy systems modelling

SEI at the Lima Climate Change Conference

SEI at the Lima Climate Change Conference

Researchers participated in events on low-emissions development, INDCs, adaptation knowledge-sharing, frontier landscapes and other topics, and shared SEI's latest work.

Agriculture and development: Can Africa feed itself in a changing climate?

Agriculture and development: Can Africa feed itself in a changing climate?

SEI Africa Centre Director Stacey Noel and Senior Research Fellow Francis X. Johnson reflect on the fourth annual Climate and Development in Africa Conference, held 8-10 October in Marrakesh, Morocco.

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SEI's Asia Centre in Bangkok plays a key role in sustainable development issues such as energy, water resources, atmospheric pollution, sustainable livelihoods and climate change.

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254 Chulalongkorn University,
Chulalongkorn Soi 64,
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Bangkok, 10330
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Centre Director:
Eric Kemp-Benedict

Press contact:
Rajesh Daniel

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