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Can the SDGs stop us flushing precious resources down the drain?

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Written by Kim Andersson and Caspar Trimmer Wednesday, 19 November 2014 11:41

19 November 2014 is World Toilet Day but the target to halve the number of people without access to basic sanitation has not been met. Can the SDGs improve the situation?

 

From emissions to extraction: Rethinking the role of international institutions in addressing fossil fuel production

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Written by Harro van Asselt Tuesday, 18 November 2014 00:00

Should the UNFCCC, the WTO and others actively work to discourage countries from exploiting all their fossil fuel resources?

   

Beating water and land shortages in the Middle East and North Africa

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Written by Holger Hoff and Tom Gill Tuesday, 04 November 2014 12:34

A new SEI collaboration in the region focuses on the nexus between scarce resources – the only route to sustainable supplies of water, food and energy.

 

Cyclone Gudrun and the future of Swedish forestry: Thoughts from the Swedish Forestry Association’s Annual Excursion 2014

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Written by Olle Olsson Wednesday, 01 October 2014 15:52

SEI researcher Olle Olsson provides thoughts from the Swedish Forestry Association’s Annual Excursion 2014.

   

A critique of our Keystone paper is probably not precisely correct, either

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Written by Peter Erickson and Michael Lazarus Friday, 15 August 2014 14:56

The authors of a widely debated Nature Climate Change article on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline respond to a detailed critique of their analysis.

   

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