The research and development project analyzes up scaling options for water and land management practices for the resilient and sustainable intensification of agricultural production and food systems in the extended Lake Victoria Basin. More
A ground-breaking study into sustainable solutions to jointly meet water, energy and land demands at the global level, and also zooming into two large transboundary basins facing multiple development and environmental challenges: The Zambezi and the Indus. More
The Worldwide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF-SA) has commissioned IIASA to assess pathways towards large-scale, sustainable aviation biofuel deployment in Sub-Saharan Africa. More
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IIASA researcher @PGreveHydroClim led new research to develop a framework to support #policy decisions on #water management and access, published in @naturesustainab. Read more on our website https://t.co/enwshN7vrJ #watermanagement #SDGs pic.twitter.com/m5ShtPSaWs— IIASA (@IIASAVienna) September 14, 2018
Blas A, Garrido A, Unver O, & Willaarts B (2019). A comparison of the Mediterranean diet and current food consumption patterns in Spain from a nutritional and water perspective. Science of the Total Environment 664: 1020-1029. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.111.
Wang M, Strokal M, Burek P ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6390-8487, Kroeze C, Ma L, & Janssen ABG (2019). Excess nutrient loads to Lake Taihu: Opportunities for nutrient reduction. Science of the Total Environment 664: 865-873. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.051.
Zaherpour J, Mount N, Gosling S, Dankers R, Eisner S, Gerten D, Liu X, Masaki Y, et al. (2019). Exploring the value of machine learning for weighted multi-model combination of an ensemble of global hydrological models. Environmental Modelling & Software 114: 112-128. DOI:10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.01.003.
Zhao D, Hubacek K, Feng K, Sun L, & Liu J (2019). Explaining virtual water trade: A spatial-temporal analysis of the comparative advantage of land, labor and water in China. Water Research 153: 304-314. DOI:10.1016/j.watres.2019.01.025.
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