As all research carried out at IIASA is interdisciplinary, research programs work together within and across the three global problem areas:
Research in the three global problem areas is supported by research into the main drivers of the transformations taking place in our world: population, technology, and economic growth.
IIASA research is problem-driven and solution-oriented, conducted with policy relevance as its main principle.
All program work uses advanced systems analysis to examine the complex systems which are at the heart of today's complex global challenges.
Around the world, MAG's systems approach is framing new policies that maximize co-benefits between air quality management, greenhouse gas mitigation and other policy priorities. More
The strategic goal of the Transition to New Technologies (TNT) Program is to further the understanding of the patterns, drivers, constraints and impacts of technological change, particularly in the areas that are key for framing global sustainability conditions (such as climate change) and to disseminate policy-relevant research findings through high-level global forums and participation in major international scientific assessments. More
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International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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