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18 May 2016

Kurt Ludwig Komarek 1926-2016

IIASA colleagues and friends of Kurt Komarek were saddened to learn of his death on the 18th of May. His passing is a great loss, not just for Austria’s scientific community, but for IIASA in particular.  More

17 May 2016

New study sets climate target for agriculture

In order to meet the goals set by the Paris climate agreement, agriculture will need to reduce emissions substantially. In a new study researchers propose a target for greenhouse gas emissions from farming that could meet those goals. More

4 May 2016

The transformative power of cities

A new report from the German Advisory Council on Global Change examines the trend of urbanization and its implications for sustainability. More

2 May 2016

How much does groundwater contribute to sea level rise?

Land water, including groundwater extraction, contributes far less to sea level rise than previously thought, according to a new study. More

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