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    Latest news and research by the IIASA community on COVID-19 crisis

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    Recovery of the Austrian economy following the COVID-19 crisis can take up to three years

  • POST COVID

    A partnership between IIASA and ISC to define and design sustainability pathways that will enable building-back a more sustainable post-COVID world

  • INEQUALITIES IN DEVELOPMENT

    The use of the Human Life Indicator as a means of measuring progress in development

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NEWS

3 June 2020

Making sense of climate scenarios: New toolkit available for decision makers

To make climate scenarios work for decision makers, an international team of researchers have developed a comprehensive interactive online platform. More

27 May 2020

Building pathways to sustainability in a post-COVID world

IIASA and the International Science Council (ISC) have established a partnership combining the strengths and expertise of the two organizations to define and design sustainability pathways, through a multi-stakeholder dialogue, that will enable a more equitable post-COVID world. More

27 May 2020

Research leadership appointments

In light of the new strategic plan that will become operational in 2021, IIASA has appointed four program directors to lead new research programs. Raya Muttarak, Keywan Riahi, Elena Rovenskaya, and Yoshihide Wada will form part of the scientific leadership that will address the institute’s research priorities to ensure that program objectives are aligned with the new IIASA strategy and institute values. More

25 May 2020

Why are we still failing to stop deforestation?

While national and international efforts to reverse the trend of deforestation have multiplied in recent years, there is still no clear evidence to suggest that these initiatives are actually working. A new paper published in One Earth, calls for a radically different approach that focuses on our understanding of how individuals make their choices about forests and livelihoods. More

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