Tarbi toitu targalt (“consume food wisely”), co-led by SEI Tallinn and the Estonian Food Bank, seeks to raise awareness of the problem while offering tips to help consumers make smarter choices.
As the field of climate services evolves, it is ever-more important to identify best practices and learn from one another. That’s why the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group is so valuable.
The ASEAN countries are looking to scale up and diversify their efforts to build resilience in the agriculture sector, which faces increasingly frequent crop failures.
HABITAT III is the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development. It takes place in Quito, Ecuador, from 17 to 21 October.
Uncontrolled growth, luxury construction and gentrification are driving out many residents and making life more difficult for all.
It is time to get serious about supply-side climate policies. A conference organized by SEI offered perspectives from around the world, and several concrete ideas for how to move forward.
In this photo story, SEI-hosted SIANI talks with Delia Grace - a veterinary epidemiologist at ILRI - about the critical issues in livestock production.
To realize the ambitions of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals, we need to “reboot” the finance sector, to steer investment onto a low-carbon, sustainable pathway, argue Minister Per Bolund and Johan Kuylenstierna.
Growing populations, rapid urbanization and increased consumption put unprecedented pressure on land, water and air resources. We show how to manage these resources together to protect food security, human health and biodiversity.
Emissions of greenhouse gases are built into our economic systems. Our research shows the benefits of a low-carbon future and describes how we get there by mitigating and adapting to climate change.
The social, institutional and political setting is vital for improving livelihoods, sustain- ability and resilience. We provide insights into good governance for sustainable develop- ment in the face of social and ecological change.
The global economy has brought welfare and prosperity to the world. But it has also depleted natural resources and vital ecosystem services. We set out alternatives for a sustainable future, from the planetary scale down to local, on-the-ground solutions.