Productive sanitation, taken to scale, could be a key to broad-ranging sustainable development in many African countries. An SEI side event at AfricaSan 4 will revisit past experiences for lessons on how to make it happen.
A new paper co-authored by SEI for the New Climate Economy project warns that low prices may not last, but urges countries to 'seize the day' to adopt much-needed energy system reforms.
With SEI Tallinn as lead organizer, this year's Sustainable Development Forum is dedicated to the Baltic Sea.
On April 28 SEI brought together representatives of government, the private sector, civil society and academia from sub-Saharan Africa to generate recommendations for scaling-up access to modern energy services.
Prominent policy-makers and researchers from across the Asia-Pacific region joined SEI on 17 November to celebrate the Asia Centre’s 10th anniversary.
A research team returned to two villages in the province of Mahasarakham a quarter-century after first surveying households there. The changes are dramatic, but also more complex than might seem.
The SEI Initiative on Producer to Consumer Sustainability will be co-hosting a dialogue session on theory and practice in supply chain sustainability. Read about SEI experts' involvement in this year's Global Soil Week in Berlin.
A major new book examines the potential for sustainable growth of bioenergy use, potential impacts, and the role of good governance in maximizing benefits and avoiding harm.
Growing populations, rapid urbanization and increased consumption put unprecedented pressure on land, water and air resources. We show how to manage these resources together to protect food security, human health and biodiversity.
Emissions of greenhouse gases are built into our economic systems. Our research shows the benefits of a low-carbon future and describes how we get there by mitigating and adapting to climate change.
The social, institutional and political setting is vital for improving livelihoods, sustain- ability and resilience. We provide insights into good governance for sustainable develop- ment in the face of social and ecological change.
The global economy has brought welfare and prosperity to the world. But it has also depleted natural resources and vital ecosystem services. We set out alternatives for a sustainable future, from the planetary scale down to local, on-the-ground solutions.