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What makes a good climate service? Learning from practice

What makes a good climate service? Learning from practice

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.

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.

New U.S. offshore drilling would undermine climate targets, create  ‘carbon lock-in’ and stranded asset risks

New U.S. offshore drilling would undermine climate targets, create ‘carbon lock-in’ and stranded asset risks

An SEI analysis finds that offshore drilling in U.S. Arctic and Atlantic waters would only be consistent with a pathway that leads to 4°C of warming, not less than 2°C, as world leaders have agreed.

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.

How to halve the per capita food waste in Estonia by 2030

How to halve the per capita food waste in Estonia by 2030

A forum organized by SEI Tallinn considered many different strategies, from better labelling, to changes in waste collection, to technology-enabled food sharing.

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.

Amid rapid change, major Arctic study highlights need to prepare for surprises

Amid rapid change, major Arctic study highlights need to prepare for surprises

The Arctic Resilience Report, published today, is the first comprehensive assessment of ecosystems and societies in the region.

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

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

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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