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Q&A: Steph Osborne on soybean crops and ozone pollution

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Written by Marion Davis and Howard Cambridge Wednesday, 11 May 2016 02:12

SEI 2016 news Steph soybean sm A new study shows soybean plants are becoming more sensitive to ozone pollution, and sensitivity overall is higher in Asia. What’s going on, and what does it mean for food security?
 

SEI at Adaptation Futures 2016

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Written by Marion Davis Tuesday, 10 May 2016 15:00

SEI 2016 news Adaptation Futures sm Nearly 1,700 participants from 102 countries are in Rotterdam for the largest adaptation conference ever held: scientists, policy-makers and businesses from around the world.
   

Phasing out U.S. federal fossil fuel leases could yield real climate benefits

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Written by Marion Davis Tuesday, 03 May 2016 05:16

SEI 2016 news US ff leases sm A new SEI analysis shows fossil fuel consumption equivalent to more than 100 million tonnes CO2 per year could be avoided by 2030 – and more in later years.
 

Tackling the problem of plastic waste in the Baltic Sea

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Written by Helen Saarniit Monday, 02 May 2016 21:50

SEI 2016 news Baltic plastic sm A new SEI Tallinn project aims to keep litter from urban areas from ending up in the water, where it harms wildlife, water quality, and human health.
   

Innovative SEI projects take the stage at major science festival

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Written by Anneli Sundin Thursday, 21 April 2016 10:44

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SEI showcases its state-of-the-art projects at the Swedish Forum for Science Communication at The International Science Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden. 

   

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