Stockholm Environment Institute
(1989; Stockholm; 180 staff; www.sei.org)
Is a non-profit independent research and policy institution working on sustainable development and environmental issues by connecting “science and decision-making to develop solutions for a sustainable future for all.” It collaborates with stakeholders to “build capacity, strengthen institutions, and equip partners for the long term.” It also strives to “promote debate and share knowledge” by making its findings accessible to both decision-makers and civil society.
Bioeconomy: tapping natural and human resources to achieve sustainability (February 2020, 32p): “presents an overview of sustainability assessment frameworks and indicators” and “reflects on the questions that need to be asked with regard to gender equity and poverty reduction.”
Leadership: Johan L. Kuylenstierna (Executive Director)
Budget: $ 5.7m