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Want to work for the SEI York Centre?

Tuesday 18 December 2018

We're recruiting a software developer to join our research support group!


Air pollution triggers up to 33 million emergency room visits for asthma annually

Thursday 25 October 2018

Major new study quantifies the global burden of asthma linked to air pollution.


Sad loss of two dear colleagues

Wednesday 10 October 2018

SEI York pays tribute to Erik Willis and Mike Ashmore


A rights-based approach for resilience

Tuesday 4 September 2018

New publication from SEI York highlights the need to include rights into resilience based practice.


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.


SEI York research contributes to a major new publication

Monday 25 June 2018

Research carried out by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) York and partners has contributed to a major publication highlighting the environmental impact of some of the world’s most common crops.


SEI's Annual Report - An agenda of action

Thursday 26 April 2018

In 2017 SEI was ranked among the top two environmental policy think tanks in the world. Our latest annual report shows how we're stepping up to the challenge of delivering sustainability.


SEI contributes to Integrated Assessment of Short-Lived Climate Pollutants in Latin America and the Caribbean

Friday 20 April 2018

Cutting air pollution in the LAC region can limit global warming, prevent thousands of premature deaths, and benefit agriculture


SEI gets new look and new website

Monday 19 March 2018

Today, SEI (Stockholm Environment Institute) unveils a new look and a new website - sei.org. This includes a new visual identity across its website, publications, events and social media channels, as well as a bold new logo.