Road maps and instruments for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals at the Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) Forum in New York

  • ANNUAL FUND 2017

    Four recipients to spend a summer at IIASA and work with the most renowned experts in their fields


    OECD and IIASA agree on strategic partnership to strengthen systemic thinking in policy making to tackle complex global challenges


    YSSP Alum Firdos Khan: What is driving Pakistan’s water crisis?


    The Young Scientists Summer Program celebrates its 40th anniversary this year

Vienna Energy Forum 2017

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17 May 2017

Synergies and trade-offs in the Sustainable Development Goals

Interactions between the 17 Sustainable Development Goals can lead to synergies as well as trade-offs. A new report, with major contributions from IIASA scientists, provides a detailed analysis of four goals and their influence on other targets. More

15 May 2017

Excess diesel emissions bring global health and environmental impacts

Excess NOx emissions from diesel engines have been linked to approximately 38,000 premature deaths worldwide in 2015—mostly in the European Union, China, and India. More

11 May 2017

Vienna Energy Forum to contribute to successful implementation of SDGs and Paris Agreement

The discussion at this year’s Vienna Energy Forum served as an important contribution to the debate and review of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris climate agreement and their successful implementation, said participants at the event taking place in the capital of Austria. More

10 May 2017

Acting now on climate could bring multiple benefits for sustainable development

Fast action on near-term warming will provide many potential benefits to achieving the global Sustainable Development Goal, according to new research from scientists at IIASA,  in the USA and Europe. More

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