Stockholm Environment Institute at York

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Welcome to SEI York

The Stockholm Environment Institute at York is one of the constituent centres of the Stockholm Environment Institute, an independent, international research organisation committed to the implementation of practices supportive of global sustainable development.

SEI conducts a comprehensive research, consulting and training programme which focuses on the links between the ecological, social and economic systems at global, regional and national and local levels. SEI was ranked as the world's most influential think thank on environmental policy in the 2016 Global Go To Think Tank Index.

The York centre is located within the Department of Environment and Geography at the University.



Read the SEI Annual Report 2017

SEI Annual Report 2017

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Equality and Diversity

Athena Swan Bronze Award

SEI received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award with the Department of Environment and Geography in 2014 in recognition of the support offered to staff. Read more about the award here.

Themes

SEI is organised around four themes:

  • Reducing climate risk
  • Managing environmental systems
  • Transforming governance
  • Rethinking development

Projects

SEI at York have participated in a number of projects. An A-Z of projects is available.

 

Postgraduate Study at SEI

Find out more about doing a PhD at SEI York. Photo: University of York - John Houlihan
Fancy doing a PhD with SEI York? We offer a number of opportunities to undertake postgraduate study. Find out more...

 

News

New paper - Ozone Yield Gap

Tuesday 7 August 2018

Global impact of ozone pollution on crop yields and actions to make crops more resilient.


Ozone air pollution and gender inequality in India

Monday 25 June 2018

New perspective article discussing the need for more understanding about gender inequality.


Events