About SEI-US

The Stockholm Environment Institute is an international non-profit research organization that has been engaged in environment and development issues at local, national, regional and global policy levels for more than 20 years.

Our goal is to bring about change for sustainable development by bridging science and policy. We do this by conducting integrated analysis that supports decision-makers.

SEI's work is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing upon engineering, economics, ecology, ethics, operations research, international relations and software design.

We work all around the world building capacity for integrated sustainability planning through training and collaboration on projects.

SEI's U.S. Center is a research affiliate of Tufts University in Massachusetts and also has offices in Davis, California, and Seattle, Washington.

SEI U.S. Center Audited Financial Statements

The SEI U.S. Center is a non-profit research organization with 501c(3) status. Follow the links below for simple audited financial statements, tax returns (Form 990), and single audit reports (per OMB Circular A-133). Financial statements for the SEI Foundation in Sweden are available on the SEI International website.

2013: Financial StatementsForm 990A-133 Report
2012: Financial StatementsForm 990A-133 Report
2011: Financial StatementsForm 990A-133 Report

SEI U.S. Center Reports

SEI U.S. Center Reports offer an overview of each year's most important developments, as well as a listing of projects and publications for that year. Annual reports for the institute as a whole are available on the SEI International website.

2013 SEI-US Annual Report
2012 SEI-US Annual Report
2011 SEI-US Annual Report
2010 SEI-US Annual Report
2009 SEI-US Annual Report
2008 SEI-US Annual Report

SEI-US Symposia

SEI's U.S. Center has sponsored several symposia. To learn more about previous years' events or download presentations, click on the links below:

2010 Symposium: The Energy and Water Nexus

2008 Symposium: Taking Climate Change Seriously: Research and Policy Directions for the Next U.S. Administration

2007 Symposium: SEI-US Climate Symposium