Matthias Jonas: Uncertainty in an emissions-constrained world
A focus on recent activities and collaborations between China and IIASA
There are four weeks left to win prizes in IIASA's land cover crowdsourcing game, Cropland Capture.
IIASA researchers were major contributors to Working Group III of the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report, on what can be done about climate change.
As Goodwill Ambassador, the Vienna Philharmonic helps raise awareness for IIASA's work.
IIASA Alumni Interview Series: Prof.Dr. Kurt KomarekPrevious Featured Videos
14 April 2014
The ability of forests to sequester carbon from the atmosphere depends on nutrients available in the forest soils, shows new research from an international team of researchers, including IIASA. More
14 April 2014
On 14-15 April IIASA’s Science Advisory Committee (SAC) meet for the first time under the leadership of Professor Mary Scholes of Witwatersrand University in Pretoria. More
7 April 2014
Climate feedbacks from decomposition by soil microbes are one of the biggest uncertainties facing climate modelers. A new study from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the University of Vienna shows that these feedbacks may be less dire than previously thought. More
10 Jul 2014-11 Jul 2014
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