Climate change is resulting in severe negative impacts on many food-producing areas of the Mekong Region, posing risks of food insecurity.
Eili Lepik, Adviser to the Strategy Unit of the Estonian Government Office and responsible for preparing the national review talks about Estonia's challenges of implementing the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs.
SEI and UNEP launch a new free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) at the United Nations Environment Assembly, focused on Southeast Asia.
We understand the economics. We know some successful strategies. But mastering the politics – that’s the hardest part.
SEI is part of a global effort to better align disaster risk reduction research with policy and practice – the focus of a major conference in Geneva.
SEI has again topped an international ranking for transparency among major think tanks. The 2016 report published by Transparify scored 200 influential think tanks in 47 countries.
As he takes the helm in Bangkok, the new Centre Director sees learning, dialogue and partnerships as crucial to long-term success.
A new study finds that in the state of Pará alone, selective logging, road-building, fires and other disturbances have reduced biodiversity as much as clearing 92,000–139,000 km2 of pristine forest.
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