How can climate policy limit the supply of fossil fuels in addition to reducing demand? Watch the event, aired live from SEI Oxford, to learn more about this daunting challenge.
SEI and UNEP launch a new free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) at the United Nations Environment Assembly, focused on Southeast Asia.
Water is one of the country’s greatest natural resources. A new report based on SEI analysis shows new projects can boost domestic water security without compromising water exports.
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.
As he takes the helm in Bangkok, the new Centre Director sees learning, dialogue and partnerships as crucial to long-term success.
A major conference in South Korea highlights the need for a systematic approach to tackling air pollution – and highlights tools and resources to help cities take action.
In Argentina’s Comahue region, SEI is helping figure out how to best supply various water needs as climate change affects precipitation and temperature.
Partners in the Sustainable Mekong Research Network gathered in Bangkok last week to take stock of their work’s impact since 2005.
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