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Q&A: Linn Persson on new research on meeting the 2020 goal on chemicals management

Q&A: Linn Persson on new research on meeting the 2020 goal on chemicals management

SEI provides recommendations for improving chemicals regimes, to reduce human exposure to hazardous chemicals. 

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.

Gauging what’s possible: Modelling climate action in Latin America

Gauging what’s possible: Modelling climate action in Latin America

A side-event co-hosted by SEI at COP20 showed how analytical tools such as SEI’s LEAP, and integrated analyses like the ongoing CLIMACAP/LEAP project, can help raise mitigation ambition in the region.

We're recruiting at our Bangkok Centre!

We're recruiting at our Bangkok Centre!

3 Positions: Water resource management and modelling | Agricultural water use and climate change | Energy systems modelling

SEI at the Lima Climate Change Conference

SEI at the Lima Climate Change Conference

Researchers participated in events on low-emissions development, INDCs, adaptation knowledge-sharing, frontier landscapes and other topics, and shared SEI's latest work.

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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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Head office

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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Project highlights

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OPAL

CADWAGO

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