• COVID19

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

  • ANNUAL REPORT 2019

    Tighter emission controls for maritime shipping in European waters.

  • 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

  • OPTIONS

    Exploring the economics of climate change

  • IIASA STRATEGY

    IIASA embarks on a new strategy to develop and apply systems science to support transformations to sustainability

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15 July 2020

Limiting CO2 emissions is not enough, methane must also be reduced

An international team of researchers working under the auspices of the Global Carbon Project has found that global methane emissions increased by 9% (or approximately 50 million tonnes) between 2000-2006 and 2017, and that manmade emissions are responsible for the majority of this increase. More

9 July 2020

Jordan joins IIASA as a prospective member

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has joined IIASA as a prospective member through the Royal Scientific Society of Jordan. More

8 July 2020

When is someone old?

Populations around the world are living longer lives than was the norm just a few decades ago, presenting governments with significant challenges in terms of caring for their growing elderly populations. According to a new study published in PLOS ONE, understanding how to assess who is elderly is a crucial first step for our understanding of population aging. More

6 July 2020

Innovations for sustainability in a post-pandemic future

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust the world into turmoil and disrupted the status quo, but it is also providing opportunities for innovation in the way we live and work. According to the latest report released by The World in 2050 (TWI2050) initiative, the crisis can provide an opportunity to create sustainable societies with higher levels of wellbeing for all. More

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