The National Member Organization (NMO) for Germany is the German Association for the Advancement of IIASA. Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funds the NMO and the IIASA annual membership fee.

Founding membership since 1972 as Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Sciences, Federal Republic of Germany (1972-1983), Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic Republic (1972 to 1990), and German Association for the Advancement of IIASA (1984 to present but affiliate member 1998 to 2002).

Main areas of collaborations: 
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Supporting Germany’s changing energy landscape

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Research collaborations to tackle climate change

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Transformations towards a sustainable future: TWI2050

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Improving our understanding of the carbon cycle

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Increasing climate and disaster resilience

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Advancing the methods of systems analysis

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News

Covid-19 Coronavirus Spreading Across Europe

15 July 2021

Tracking COVID-19 across Europe

According to the World Health Organization, a third wave of COVID infections is now all but inevitable in Europe. A COVID tracker developed by IIASA researcher Asjad Naqvi, aims to identify, collect, and collate various official regional datasets for European countries, while also combining and homogenizing the data to help researchers and policymakers explore how the virus spreads.
Earth

11 February 2021

Raising climate ambitions could save millions of lives

Adopting policies that are consistent with achieving the Paris Agreement and prioritize health, could annually save 6.4 million lives due to healthier diets, 1.6 million lives due to cleaner air, and 2.1 million lives due to increased physical activity, according to new research.

Focus

19 December 2019

Governance innovation through nature-based solutions

Policy Brief #25, December 2019. There is growing recognition that using the properties of nature can help provide viable and cost-effective solutions to a broad range of societal challenges, including disaster risk reduction.
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