SEI sets out its ambitions for how it will address key challenges in sustainable development, empower and inform partners, and develop the organization and its finances.
A 25-year veteran of SEI-US, the new Centre Director envisions growth, expanded research areas and policy engagement, and innovations in analytical tools and capacity-building.
Local businesses are signing up to develop action plans and to measure their impact and social value.
Most ‘footprint’ analyses use national or regional data, often ignoring huge differences in local conditions. The SEI-PCS model offers a far more precise and useful measure.
Most of the attention in the Sustainable Development Goals process so far has been on drafting. But if we can’t figure out how each country will go about achieving the goals, we might as well not bother.
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SEI Tallinn centre is a key national expert on environment and energy, sustainable development and number of policy issues in the Estonian society.
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