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This report seeks to address a major research gap by adopting an intersectionality approach to better understand the different climate risks, vulnerabilities, adaptation and resilience among people of different ages and different genders.
SEI organized a biodiversity assessment training workshop on 15-16 August 2018. The participants included government organizations, academics and civil society. The aim of the workshop was to build the capacity of participants using tools such as QGIS and
SEI will hold a biodiversity training and media workshop for Myanmar in Monywa from 15-17 August 2018. The workshop is co-organized by Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Myanmar Environment Institute (MEI).
A UN report on the progress of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2017, released last month, shows that the Asia-Pacific region is failing to meet targets for almost two-thirds of them.
As the Environment Ministers of Mekong Region countries met in Chiang Mai, Thailand in early February, to approve the Asian Development Bank Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Core Environmental Program Strategic Framework and Action Plan 2018-2022, Permanen
At the 2017 SUMERNET policy forum held late last year, researchers and policymakers discussed policy challenges and research needs for reducing water insecurity for the most vulnerable groups in the Mekong region.
At last month’s Greater Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy held in Yangon, SEI Asia showcased a series of games as learning tools to raise awareness about the critical environmental issues in the Chindwin River Basin in Myanmar.
SUMERNET will hold its "Policy Forum" on 9th November in Bangkok will bring together policy actors and researchers to discuss water insecurity topics in the Mekong Region.
A "Knowledge Exchange Workshop" between the Chindwin and Mekong River Basins will bring together policymakers, researchers, civil society and the media to share knowledge and good practices on biodiversity assessment and protection in the Chindwin River B
The objective of the 6th CSO Forum on Social Forestry was to continue being the platform to discuss, distil, consolidate, and elevate messages and learnings of CSOs and smallholders on Social Forestry, Climate Change and related topics and develop concret
The kick-off meeting of the project "Mainstream Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service in the Chindwin River" will take place in Monywa, Sagaing Region, Myanmar on 14 June 2017.
SEI Science Forum 2017 will be organized by SEI Asia from 30 May to 2 June in Bangkok. Prominent policy-makers, scientists and researchers, from across the Asia-Pacific region, are expected to attend to share ideas and perspectives, build partnerships and