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17 September 2018

Paris climate targets could be exceeded sooner than expected

A new study has for the first time comprehensively accounted for permafrost carbon release when estimating emission budgets for climate targets. The results show that the world might be closer to exceeding the budget for the long-term target of the Paris climate agreement than previously thought. More

14 September 2018

Novel framework to address uncertainty in water management

IIASA researchers have developed a general decision-making framework to support policy decisions on the management of water resources, which, for the first time, explicitly takes into account the associated uncertainties. More

14 September 2018

China’s energy policies: A balancing act between air quality, carbon emissions, and water scarcity goals

China is attempting a shift from coal to natural gas in an effort to address the country’s severe air pollution. A new study shows that although such a switch generally has benefits for air quality, carbon mitigation, and water stress, some options may in fact increase carbon emissions and water consumption. More

7 September 2018

Bridging the gap between science and policy

A total of 75 researchers and policymakers from 40 EU Member States and neighborhood countries attended the Evidence and Policy Summer School co-organized by IIASA and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in collaboration with the International Network for Government Science Advice and the Global Young Academy.  More

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