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With scientific background and strategic planning, su-re.co aims to work directly with policy makers and international organizations while simultaneously creating business at grand. We put less weight on pure consultation and advocacy activities compared to strategic thinking and local actions. Thus, su-re.co generates insight to help the public and private sector work hand-in-hand on tackling climate change.

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OUR CURRENT PROJECTS

Creating well-thought gifts.

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LANDMARC - LAND-USE BASED MITIGATION FOR RESILIENT CLIMATE PATHWAYS (HORIZON2020)

EC Horizon2020,

LANDMARC aims to assess the impacts of land-use based mitigation technologies (LMTs) as net sinks for greenhouse gas by applying unique mixed-methods approach. LANDMARC assesses the potential and feasibility of LMTs in the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) sector. Indonesia case work on large and small scale compost and biogas sectors.

Project site [TBA]
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TIPPING+ -- ENABLING POSITIVE TIPPING POINTS TOWARDS CLEAN-ENERGY TRANSITION IN CCIRS

EC Horizon2020

TIPPING+ project will explore Social-Ecological Tipping Points (SETPs) in coal and carbon intensive regions (CCIRs). This project will also enhance understanding in the area by providing empirical and comparative insights from at least 20 case studies including Indonesia.

  

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EUROPEAID/154589/DH/ACT/MULTI: INCREASING ACCESS TO POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGIES TO WOMEN FARMER

EC SwitchAfrica Green, SEI 2019-2020

Agriculture is a cornerstone of Kenya’s economy employing over three quarters of the population. The main source of environmental degradation in Kenya is deforestation caused by over-dependence on agriculture fuelled by population growth. A shift to more productive and resource efficient modes of agricultural production with less associated use of synthetic chemicals, pollution and land degradation is required. This is under Dr. Takama's contract with Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).

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INITIATIVE ON GOVERNING BIOECONOMY PATHWAYS

SEI 2018 - 2022

The SEI Initiative on Governing Bioeconomy Pathways aims to better articulate the alternative pathways available for bioeconomy development, and to identify the policies, institutions and governance mechanisms that can facilitate each of them.

 

OUR PRE-LOVED PROJECTS

Although these projects are finished, our gifts remain unforgotten

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LOW CARBON DEVELOPMENT AND ADAPTATION ENHANCEMENT SUPPORT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

2016-2019 JICA

This project is designing new framework (known as JICA FIT2) to support the climate change activities implemented by JICA including both mitigation and adaptation measures. Once the framework is enforced all JICA projects need to assess climate change relevancy. The team also conducts consolidating surveys and training.

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PUBLICATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Our intelligent gifts on climate change