The official visit is aimed at further developing IIASA’s productive relationship with China

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    The Cool Forests Conference focuses on the critical role of boreal and mountain ecosystems for people, bioeconomy, and climate.


    IIASA is presenting new demographic research at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2018


    IIASA to participate in the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 presenting new research on water, risk governance, and more.


    IIASA researchers actively contribute to raising awareness of the importance of urban forests for quality of life

Award for Outstanding Early Career

Scientist to Yoshihide Wada

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18 April 2018

New book looks at the future of population and migration

A new book from IIASA and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) examines potential future scenarios on population trends across the world, taking into account migration, fertility, mortality, education, and labor force participation. More

16 April 2018

Education, not income, the best predictor of a long life

Rising income and the subsequent improved standards of living have long been thought to be the most important factors contributing to a long and healthy life. However, new research from Wolfgang Lutz and Endale Kebede, from IIASA and the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) has shown that instead, the level of education a person has is a much better predictor of life expectancy. More

26 March 2018

Leena Ilmola-Sheppard appointed special advisor in Finland

IIASA researcher Leena Ilmola-Sheppard has been appointed a special advisor to Finland’s Prime Minister’s Office as part of a new initiative to improve the country’s public services. More

22 March 2018

WMO appoints new chief scientist and research director

The World Meteorological Organization has appointed Pavel Kabat as its first chief scientist and research director. He will lead the overall strategic direction of the WMO science, and its underlying research activities, including the World Climate Research Programme, the World Weather Research Programme and WMO’s Global Atmosphere Watch, which monitors greenhouse gas concentrations, air quality and the ozone layer. More

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