Stories that bring together research partners.
SEI-Asia and the Danish Institute for International Studies co-host a seminar on new development financiers, civil society and climate change in the Mekong.
SEI and SUMERNET researchers engaged in lively discussions at a conference on the challenges and opportunities ahead for Southeast Asia held at Chiang Mai University in Thailand, 26-27 July 2012.
SEI Asia is hosting two three-day sessions to support co-authors of a major book on livelihoods, ecosystem services and the challenges of regional integration, forthcoming in 2013.
At a workshop held in Bangkok on the 22nd and 23rd of November, organised by the SUMERNET Secretariat in SEI Asia, researchers from the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) took advantage of a rare opportunity to engage with high level policy ma
Join CDKN and the Asia Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS) Partnership for an Open Space Session on innovative initiatives that enable green growth. At this market-place style session, participants will interact with representatives from a number o
What are the latest approaches for mainstreaming community-based adaptation into international, national and local planning and processes? IIED’s 7th Annual Community Based Adaptation Conference (CBA7) aims to provide the latest thinking from climate scie
On 4 March 2013, a day before the opening of the Mekong Environmental Symposium (MES) 2013, the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) of Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) will hold a policy forum on “Local Government Planning and Policy in a
The Mekong Environmental Symposium (MES) 2013 on 5-7 March 2013 in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City provides a platform for researchers from the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) to discuss the Mekong Ba
Policy makers, practitioners and analysts including local government agencies and SUMERNET researchers shared their perspectives on research and policy on sustainable agriculture and forestry in the Mekong during the “SUMERNET Policy Forum” and Mekong Env
Effective policy advocacy across different levels is crucial in the path to sustainable development, according to researchers and practitioners of the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET). Policy makers, practitioners and analysts including
During the current monsoon season and heavy rainfall, the SUMERNET research partners undertook field-level outreach activities on climate change and adaptation techniques in Samut Sakon province in Thailand.
Through collaboration between the SUMERNET and Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), an introductory training on “Environmental Economics” was held in Ho Chi Minh City, 19 – 29 August 2013.