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Opening public lands and waters to fossil fuel extraction could have major climate consequences

Opening public lands and waters to fossil fuel extraction could have major climate consequences

Ending the production of coal, oil and natural gas from public lands and waters could significantly reduce the United States’ CO2 emissions, according to a new study from the Stockholm Environment Institute.

Agenda 2030: Insights for action

Agenda 2030: Insights for action

SEI experts shared ideas on Agenda 2030 implementation at four key meetings this month, hosted by UN ECOSOC, the OECD, IASS and IDDRI.

Building thriving, low-carbon cities: an overview of policy options for national governments

Building thriving, low-carbon cities: an overview of policy options for national governments

A new report from the Coalition for Urban Transitions – and authored by SEI – could help national governments transform the way cities work.

An Arctic mining town faces the monocity dilemma

An Arctic mining town faces the monocity dilemma

How global markets, climate policy and geopolitics could shape the future of Mirny, a Siberian city built on diamond mining.

Lena Ek is the new Chair of Mistra Geopolitics

Lena Ek is the new Chair of Mistra Geopolitics

Former Swedish Minister for the Environment, Lena Ek, is the new chairperson of the multidisciplinary research programme, Mistra Geopolitics.

How science should feed into the 2030 Agenda

How science should feed into the 2030 Agenda

Science, technology and innovation can help identify and assess sustainability challenges, and help to ensure coherent agendas when implementing the SDGs.

SEI rated among world’s top environment policy think tanks

SEI rated among world’s top environment policy think tanks

SEI has been rated among the world’s most influential environment policy think tanks in the 2017 Global Go To Think Tanks Index, billed as the “premier database and measure of world think tanks”.

Kalama methanol plant could increase global GHG emissions

Kalama methanol plant could increase global GHG emissions

A proposed methanol plant in Washington State could increase global greenhouse gas emissions and is likely inconsistent with a low-carbon future, according to a new report from the Stockholm Environment Institute.

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