Blogs

Our SEI researchers share their expert opinons and perspectives on a broad range of issues and topics.

 

Three ways a Nordic region Agenda 2030 initiative will add value

Written by Åsa Persson, Clarisse Kehler Siebert, Caspar Trimmer, Mikko Halonen and Susanna Sepponen Friday, 19 May 2017 10:52

SEI 2017 blog nordic2030

A summary of recommendations on a Nordic Cooperation programme.

Deliver2030

   

Wanted: public participants to make the Paris Agreement work

Written by Harro van Asselt Monday, 15 May 2017 23:00

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Calling on members of civil society to help design and monitor policies to achieve the Paris Agreement's goals.
   

Lessons from disaster risk reduction in Indonesia

Written by Frank Thomalla Saturday, 13 May 2017 04:18

SEI 2017 blog indonesia DRR 350

Indonesia has invested significantly in restructuring its governance institutions to transform its disaster governance system from focusing on post-disaster response to taking a comprehensive and integrated approach.

Source: PreventionWeb.net

   

Do we need a common knowledge platform on SDG interactions?

Written by Måns Nilsson Thursday, 11 May 2017 12:59

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Måns Nilsson argues that a new framework could give a major boost to implementation and dialogue.

 Source: Deliver2030.org

   

Baselines for assessing urban GHG abatement need to be transparent

Written by Peter Erickson and Derik Broekhoff Friday, 21 April 2017 22:53

SEI 2017 blog city baselines 140

Is "hot air" distorting estimates of cities' potential for climate mitigation?

   

Gathering the tribes: a science-policy-business dialogue on a low-carbon EU

Written by Stefan Bößner & Tim Suljada Friday, 21 April 2017 15:13

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Taking ambitious action to tackle global climate change should be a straightforward task.
   

Your city could be exporting deadly air pollution – here’s why

Written by Gary Haq Friday, 21 April 2017 13:05

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Transboundary air pollution still a major threat to human health and well-being.

   

Enhancing learning, communication and knowledge-sharing by design

Written by Julia Barrott and Sukaina Bharwani Wednesday, 29 March 2017 06:26

SEI 2017 blog Taxonomy sm

Taxonomy not only helps us sort through information – it also helps us make sense of complex topics and grapple with differences in our understanding.

   

Carbon tangle: Norway must put oil ventures to a ‘climate test’

Written by Peter Erickson Sunday, 19 March 2017 23:00

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Norway has some of the most ambitious emissions policies in the world, but is opening oil fields that cannot pay back in a safe climate future.

   

What is so special about the water-energy-food nexus?

Written by Dennis Wichelns Wednesday, 08 February 2017 08:44

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Describing connections across policy domains is helpful, but the focus on water, energy and food is discretionary and limiting, Dennis Wichelns argues in a blog.
   

Final Obama administration analysis shows expanding oil supply increases CO2

Written by Peter Erickson Monday, 30 January 2017 05:12

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A Bureau of Ocean Energy Management report shows ceasing new Arctic and Gulf of Mexico drilling could decrease global CO2 by over 2 billion tonnes cumulatively, more than the annual CO2 emissions from the entire U.S. transportation sector.
   

Why data access matters: the NDC Explorer reveals new insights on national climate action plans

Written by Pieter Pauw, Kennedy Mbeva and Adis Dzebo Monday, 16 January 2017 00:00

SEI 2017 blog NDC Explorer sm A new interactive tool shows how countries address different mitigation, adaptation and finance priorities in their nationally determined contributions under the Paris Agreement.
   

Take a deep breath – here’s what 2016 revealed about the deadly dangers of air pollution

Written by Gary Haq Tuesday, 13 December 2016 00:00

SEI 2016 blog Deep breath sm If anything, 2016 has showed us that poor air quality is a scourge of the developed and developing world alike – and that it requires immediate action. We need to clean up our act.
   

What makes a good climate service? Learning from practice

Written by Sukaina Bharwani Tuesday, 06 December 2016 18:41

SEI 2016 blog COP22 Climate services sm From texts about pests to climate podcasts for women farmers, panellists at a COP22 event co-hosted by SEI offered many useful examples and insights.
   

How data visualizations can help build a ‘mental map’ of complex water resource problems

Written by Laura Forni Tuesday, 29 November 2016 00:00

SEI 2016 blog Dataviz sm The human mind is highly visual, so when people see information in graphic form, instead of just talking about it or reading numbers, they can recognize patterns.
   

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