Environmental labelling of products and services has been used as a way to ‘nudge’ consumers to make greener choices, but accuracy is crucial.
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.
Not only is it misleading and inaccurate – it can also backfire by discouraging cities from monitoring and disclosing their pollution data.
A forum organized by SEI Tallinn considered many different strategies, from better labelling, to changes in waste collection, to technology-enabled food sharing.
The Arctic Resilience Report, published today, is the first comprehensive assessment of ecosystems and societies in the region.
Observatory will further our understanding of how health, wellbeing and economic issues are linked to the quality of the environment.
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.
SEI York experts co-authored a new framework of actions that national and municipal governments need to take to tackle devastating air pollution.
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