Increasing competition over water resources requires cooperation and a more systematic approach to present and future development challenges. One effort to build these bridges is the source to sea concept.
Volkswagen has put the spotlight both on the limitations of environmental policies, and on the perils of trusting corporate emission reduction pledges.
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
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.
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.
Growing populations, rapid urbanization and increased consumption put unprecedented pressure on land, water and air resources. We show how to manage these resources together to protect food security, human health and biodiversity.
Emissions of greenhouse gases are built into our economic systems. Our research shows the benefits of a low-carbon future and describes how we get there by mitigating and adapting to climate change.
The social, institutional and political setting is vital for improving livelihoods, sustain- ability and resilience. We provide insights into good governance for sustainable develop- ment in the face of social and ecological change.
The global economy has brought welfare and prosperity to the world. But it has also depleted natural resources and vital ecosystem services. We set out alternatives for a sustainable future, from the planetary scale down to local, on-the-ground solutions.