United States of America

The National Academy of Sciences, one of the founding members of IIASA, is the National Member Organization representing the United States of America. 

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Research collaborations between IIASA and the United States of America (US) have been highly productive
ever since the institute was founded in 1972. The IIASA–US relationship is central to the Institute and consequently IIASA participates in more activities related to the US than any of its other member countries. 

The US National Member Organization is the National Academy of Sciences, which promotes cooperation with American scientists, research institutions, and government agencies. The membership contribution is supported by the National Science Foundation


Research highlights:

22 August 2019
United States Aging Data Sheet 2019

The first US Aging Data Sheet comprehensively presents traditional and new measures of aging, developed at IIASA, for all US states.  More

23 June 2019
The impact of drought conditions in the western US

Options Summer 2019:According to IIASA research, drought can induce significant changes in power sector emissions of CO2.  More

18 March 2019
Wittgenstein Centre Data Explorer Version 2.0

Data on the educational attainment of the population of some 200 countries (and regions) are now available in the Version 2.0 of the Human Capital Data Explorer.  More


Science into policy:

Managing an endangered river across the USA-Mexico border

To overcome pressures on water quantity and quality in the Rio Grande/Bravo the 1944 Water Treaty between Mexico and the USA must be adapted, taking full advantage of the institutional flexibility to include environmental sustainability. More


Scientific exchange:



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