Climate change is resulting in severe negative impacts on many food-producing areas of the Mekong Region, posing risks of food insecurity.
Estonia is one of 22 countries presenting voluntary reviews of their implementation of the 2030 Agenda this week at the High-Level Political Forum (HLFP) on Sustainable Development. The HLPF is the central platform of the United Nations for follow-up and…
SEI Tallinn has started developing an e-learning tool to help hotels, tour operators and others in the industry to understand and reduce their environmental impact.
We understand the economics. We know some successful strategies. But mastering the politics – that’s the hardest part.
NATTOURS, a collaboration between SEI Tallinn and the two cities’ municipal governments, will work to develop nature tourism attractions and promote them through a web portal and mobile apps.
SEI has again topped an international ranking for transparency among major think tanks. The 2016 report published by Transparify scored 200 influential think tanks in 47 countries.
SEI Tallinn’s Kaja Peterson was a review editor for a major report that shows many pollinator species worldwide are being driven toward extinction by diverse pressures, many of them human-made.
‘Eco-friendly’ wind farms could bridge the gap – and SEI research suggests citizens are open to the concept.
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