Videos

SEI COP16 booth talk: Tiempo

saleem-al-huq-tiempo

Saleemul Huq, of IIED talks about Tiempo, the bulletin on climate and development. 

 

3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium in Stockholm

nobel-laureate-symposium-thumb Get an introduction to the third Nobel Laureate Symposium on global sustainability which will be held in Stockholm 16-19 May 2011.
   

At the intersection of climate and energy security – scenarios of fundamental global challenges

full-climate-change-security-seminar-thumb SEI researchers contribute to debate on energy – and climate security challenges. See seminar video here!
 

Understanding and reducing air pollution in Europe

johan-k-interview-thumb SEI's Policy Director Johan Kuylenstierna gives an overview of scientific and political trends dealing with air pollution in Europe.
   

Climate change: consequences and uncertainties

rockstrom-climate-change-security-seminar-thumb SEI executive director Johan Rockström presents in-depth findings on the consequences and uncertainties of climate change.
 

Global scenarios for climate change and peaking fossil reserves

hallding-climate-change-security-seminar-thumb Karl Hallding, Head of SEI’s China Cluster and an expert on scenarios, presents possible global scenarios for climate change and peaking fossil reserves with a time horizon ranging from a decade to a century.
   

Peak fossil: Energy and the global welfare equation

aleklett-climate-change-security-seminar-thumb Presentation by Kjell Aleklett, Global Energy Systems Group, Uppsala University.
 

Gordon Goodman lecture with Dr Ashok Khosla

ashok-khosla-thumb Lecture title: Equity and empowerment: the missing variables in the sustainability equation. The lecture took place 28 May 2010 at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.
   

REAP: Resources and Energy Analysis Programme

john-barrett-interview-thumb Senior research associate John Barrett gives an introduction to the REAP programme.
 

SEI's contribution to understanding climate change

pachauri--interview-thumb Dr Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the Inter Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), describes SEI's significance to climate change issues.
   

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