The IAMC Annual Meeting is a scientific meeting intended for peer sharing and vetting. It allows researchers to share de... More
FUSE aims to develop a long-term water-food-energy-social systems model to support the sustainable growth of rapidly gro... More
This workshop is organized in the context of the Integrated Solutions for Water, Energy, and Land (ISWEL) project, led b... More
A two-part event bringing over 100 researchers and policy makers from the four basin countries and beyond to share knowl... More
The IIASA Water Program in collaboration with the Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT), held a ... More
Participants explore mid to long term water resources management and planning for Eastern Africa More
IIASA researchers joined the community of Laxenburg and A K Klimabundnis for the fifth Laxenburg Climate and Energy Day More
IIASA Director General and CEO Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat, Simon Langan, director of the IIASA Water (WAT) Program, and r... More
IIASA water research scholars continue extensive dialog with the Scenario Focus Group (SFG) of the Water Futures and Sol... More
IIASA Water Research Scholar Peter Burek to open the discussion on Inter-sectoral Mechanisms for Water Cooperation Acros... More
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