For nearly forty years IIASA and Swedish researchers have collaborated on a wide range of research projects focusing on on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, forest management, and the transition to a sustainable energy system in Sweden. Other projects have explored global issues that affect Sweden such as the future of the Arctic, ecological and evolutionary dynamics, and demographic changes.
Policy Brief #17, July 2018. Jordan is entering a critical phase in terms of planning its future electricity supply architecture. The results of a four-year collaborative study by researchers from IIASA, Jordan, and Sweden, has led to the development of several recommendations for the Jordanian energy-policy process. More
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INFOSHEET ON IIASA ACTIVITIES WITH SWEDEN
Grönlund Örjan, Di Fulvio Fulvio ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7317-6360, Bergström Dan, Djupström Line, Eliasson Lars, Erlandsson Emanuel, Forsell Nicklas, & Korosuo Anu (2018). Mapping of voluntary set-aside forests intended for nature conservation management in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research: 1-12. DOI:10.1080/02827581.2018.1555279. (In Press)
Ouraich I, Wetterlund E, Forsell N, & Lundmark R (2018). A spatial-explicit price impact analysis of increased biofuel production on forest feedstock markets: A scenario analysis for Sweden. Biomass and Bioenergy 119: 364-380. DOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2018.09.029.
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Nordström E-M, Forsell N, Lundström A, Korosuo A, Bergh J, Havlik P, Kraxner F, Frank S, et al. (2016). Impacts of global climate change mitigation scenarios on forests and harvesting in Sweden. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46 (12): 1427-1438. DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2016-0122.
Komendantova N (2016). Case studies of three blackouts: 2003 in Italy and Switzerland as well as in Sweden and Denmark, and of 2006 in Germany. In: Protecting Electricity Networks from Natural Hazards. Eds. Komendantova, N., pp. 59-62 Vienna, Austria: OSCE.
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