At a major conference at Stockholm University focused on the 2030 Agenda, SEI researchers will showcase new ideas that link local solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals.
As our society ages, we must recognize that the elderly are more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, and help them become more resilient.
The government is trying a new approach: working with organized and registered charcoal producers to modernize their trade.
Early results from a project offering electric, gas and efficient wood cookstoves suggest only aspirational technologies really appeal – but how much they’re used remains to be seen.
Dependence on traditional biomass for household energy imposes a huge burden on women in sub-Saharan Africa – but women also play a key role in modernizing energy systems. Thomson Reuters Foundation, UK
Climate change is resulting in severe negative impacts on many food-producing areas of the Mekong Region, posing risks of food insecurity.
The concentrations of harmful particles from burning wood and charcoal as well as from vehicles and industrial plants in the informal settlements of Nairobi exceed WHO recommendations for a healthy environment for human beings, says a new SEI study.
A new study examines how county governments can achieve meaningful citizen participation to better understand and meet energy end-users’ needs.
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