Follow these links to a list of current and completed SEI York staff projects. For a complete list of SEI projects please visit the main SEI website (www.sei-international.org/projects)
The EU funded Transport and Environment - Science Technology (TEST) Network will strengthen scientific and technological capacity to support the formulation and implementation of sustainable transport policies contributing to poverty reduction and economic development in Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.
The Resources and Energy Analysis Programme is a highly sophisticated model that helps policy makers to understand and measure the environmental pressures associated with human consumption.
This project aims to help understand the factors that influence adoption and successful outscaling of these technologies-from the natural resource base to credit and land tenure systems, markets, communication networks and the broader policy environment.
Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network encourages people to get back in touch with nature by enabling them to explore and study their local environments.
The initiative is designed to help residents of New Earswick in York make the most of their home, community and environment and to find and enjoy local produce, travel in cheaper, healthier ways and use energy more efficiently.
Improved Community Engagement through Spatial and Visualisation methods is a knowledge network project under the AHRC Connected Communities programme.