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:
Supporting Germany’s changing energy landscape
Research collaborations to tackle climate change
Transformations towards a sustainable future: TWI2050
Improving our understanding of the carbon cycle
Increasing climate and disaster resilience
Advancing the methods of systems analysis
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Rasche, L., Schneider, U.A., & Steinhauser, J. (2022). A stakeholders’ pathway towards a future land use and food system in Germany. Sustainability Science 10.1007/s11625-022-01212-0.
Rasche, L. & Steinhauser, J. (2022). How will an increase in organic agricultural area affect land use in Germany? Organic Agriculture 10.1007/s13165-022-00405-2.
Brauers, H., Braunger, I., & Jewell, J. (2021). Liquefied natural gas expansion plans in Germany: The risk of gas lock-in under energy transitions. Energy Research & Social Science 76 e102059. 10.1016/j.erss.2021.102059.
Komendantova, N. (2021). Transferring awareness into action: A meta-analysis of the behavioral drivers of energy transitions in Germany, Austria, Finland, Morocco, Jordan and Iran. Energy Research & Social Science 71 e101826. 10.1016/j.erss.2020.101826.
Palka, M. & Hanger, S. (2019). Agricultural drought risk management in Germany: Insurance solutions and other public support measures. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis , Laxenburg, Austria.