A Nordic Centre of Excellence funded by NordForsk will build an interdisciplinary research environment to provide new thinking about sustainable development, with a focus on Arctic mining.
Partners in the Sustainable Mekong Research Network gathered in Bangkok last week to take stock of their work’s impact since 2005.
The Paris Agreement has laid a foundation for global climate action, but it by no means guarantees that its goals will be achieved. The real test is what we make of it. The Huffington Post, US
The Paris Agreement makes no mention of fossil fuels, but speakers at two events hosted by SEI at COP21 emphasized the need to end subsidies and limit new oil and coal production.
Transformative Transparency, a new platform being developed by SEI and the Global Canopy Programme, could be a key to defining strategies to meet supply chain sustainability commitments.
The Mistra-SWECIA final conference gathered academia, journalists and business leaders to summarise eight years of stakeholder engagement, research and outreach.
An SEI study shows a large share of climate action in cities is likely to work best with leadership and policy support from higher levels of government.
A review of The Human Scene, an innovative blend of theatre and science staged last week at the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre.
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