NEWS: Scientists say controversial pipeline would have discernible impact on global markets, lowering prices and boosting demand
Experts from the Stockholm Environment Institute argue the social costs of fossil fuels are underestimated
Comment: Johan L. Kuylenstierna from the SEI argues the answers to cutting our reliance on oil and gas are surprisingly simple
Global mean temperature is “extremely likely” to be 1.5°C higher than in pre-industrial times, says IPCC report
Writing for RTCC, the SEI’s Johan Kuylenstierna outlines how world leaders can address climate change at this year’s Davos meeting
Writing for RTCC, Holger Hoff from the Stockholm Environment Institute argues that it’s time countries in the MENA region develop joint energy and water strategies
Magnus Benzie of the Stockholm Environment Institute explains why the survival of a loss and damage mechanism in Doha signals politicians are prepared to open the debate beyond adaptation.
Writing for RTCC, Sweden’s former chief climate negotiator says that despite weak outcome the Rio summit provides some foundations future developments
Successful clean energy and water management policies must recognise relationship between the two, says Stockholm Environment Institute.
Stockholm Envrionment Institute warns that low-carbon development could be hit if business and policy makers don’t address resource scarcity concerns.