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Adaptation without borders? Preparing for indirect climate change impacts

Adaptation without borders? Preparing for indirect climate change impacts

An SEI project has produced a package of resources on indirect climate change risks and ways for policy-makers to start identifying and addressing them.

SEI ranked number two among world’s environment think tanks

SEI ranked number two among world’s environment think tanks

For the second year in a row Stockholm Environment Institute is ranked as the 2nd most influential environment think tank in the world, according to the Global Go To Think Tank Index

Planetary boundaries analysis highlights need for better policies on chemicals

Planetary boundaries analysis highlights need for better policies on chemicals

An update of the planetary boundaries framework published in the journal Science finds four of the nine boundaries have now been crossed as a result of human activity.

Q&A: Harro van Asselt on the COP20 outcome and the road to Paris

Q&A: Harro van Asselt on the COP20 outcome and the road to Paris

The Lima Call for Climate Action lays out the path to COP21 in Paris, where a comprehensive new post-2020 agreement is to be adopted. But is it a good path?

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.

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SEI Oxford Centre works on issues of adaptive management and governance, particularly related to climatic risks and vulnerabilities, with expertise in water, food security, disaster risk reduction and livelihoods.

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