World Bank

The World Bank helps governments in developing countries reduce poverty by providing them with money and technical expertise they need for a wide range of projects - such as education, health, infrastructure, communications, government reforms, and for many other purposes.

IIASA has worked with the orld Bank in the following areas:

13 June 2016
Climate consequences of oil price uncertainty could be significant

Oil prices can have a major impact on the types and quantities of energy sources used—and thus on greenhouse gas emissions. A new study from researchers at IIASA and the World Bank is the first to quantify the energy and emissions impacts of future fuel prices and the various unknowns these impacts depend on. More

09 November 2015
World Bank Report: Climate, development and poverty

IIASA research conducted for a new World Bank report shows the key role of agriculture and forestry in addressing the interlinked challenges of climate change and poverty. More

15 September 2015
Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership: 4th Global Forum

MAG scientist Zbigniew Klimont was an invited speaker and panellist at the recent Global Forum on Flaring and Venting Reduction, where he shared his experience of black carbon emission inventories, with particular emphasis on the impact in the Arctic region of black carbon emitted from flaring operations. More

24 June 2015
World Bank aging report uses IIASA research

IIASA population projections and results from the ERC-supported Re-Aging project are used in a new World Bank report on population aging in Europe and Central Asia. More

10 October 2014
What's your place in the world population?

IIASA researcher Samir KC together with collagues from the World Bank have developed an interactive tool that shows the journey of an individuals life in numbers and dates. More

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