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“Blue economy” in focus at Estonian Sustainable Development Forum

“Blue economy” in focus at Estonian Sustainable Development Forum

With SEI Tallinn as lead organizer, this year's Sustainable Development Forum is dedicated to the Baltic Sea.

Understanding the ‘hot spots’ in cities that affect older people’s mobility

Understanding the ‘hot spots’ in cities that affect older people’s mobility

Older people living in cities could enjoy better quality of life thanks to new research that charts their emotional responses to their surroundings.

Stories from a World of Change: SEI’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

Stories from a World of Change: SEI’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

Researchers led the audience on a journey from Scottish whisky distilleries, to illegal sawmills in Borneo, linking science, to policy, to impacts on ordinary people.

Agriculture and development: Can Africa feed itself in a changing climate?

Agriculture and development: Can Africa feed itself in a changing climate?

SEI Africa Centre Director Stacey Noel and Senior Research Fellow Francis X. Johnson reflect on the fourth annual Climate and Development in Africa Conference, held 8-10 October in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Have Brazil’s deforestation policies hit the limits of their effectiveness?

Have Brazil’s deforestation policies hit the limits of their effectiveness?

A new paper in PNAS shows that Amazon deforestation is becoming harder to detect and control, and the measures that slowed deforestation to date need to be supplemented by new approaches, including for smallholders.

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About SEI York

The SEI York centre is a self-funded, multi-disciplinary research unit in the Environment Department at the University of York.


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Grimston House University of York
Heslington
York, YO10 5DD
UK
Tel:+44 1904 432897


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Contacts

Centre Director:
Lisa Emberson

Finance:
Adam Regis

General questions:
info-York@sei-international.org


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