SEI will work with the University of Sydney and local partners across Southeast Asia to fill large knowledge gaps and empower this population to influence policy and build resilience in the region.
As Obama opens the Arctic for oil drilling, is he also making it harder for America to wean itself from its dependence on fossil fuels?
Read our blogs and publications on the Global Goals and learn how SEI has been supporting the development of Agenda 2030
SEI’s Oxford Centre, developer of weADAPT, endorses vision to raise awareness, provide high-quality and tailored information, and thus help people make better decisions.
A collaboration between SEI and The Nature Conservancy is using a WEAP model to analyse how dam construction could affect wetland ecosystems and flood risks downstream.
Caroline Ochieng represented SEI at the World Forestry Congress 2015 as panelist in a session on food security and nutrition. Here, she sums up the main lessons she took away from the world’s most important forestry event.
A Q&A with SEI Executive Director Johan L. Kuylenstierna about water, development and the role of research NGOs.
SEI is working with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to use satellite imagery to help the Mekong region to better predict and cope with natural disasters.
About SEI Asia
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.
15th Floor, Witthyakit Building,
254 Chulalongkorn University,
Chulalongkorn Soi 64,
Phyathai Road, Pathumwan,
Tel: +66 225 144 15