An author shares his perspective on the IPCC’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C.
IIASA 2018 YSSP participant Laura Mononen analyzed the fashion world’s approach to marketing to transfer its efficiency in creating changes in thinking to efforts to build a more sustainable world.
IIASA researcher and former YSSP participant Marcus Thomson explains how he used archeological data and climate modeling to look at the past responses of farmers to climate change, and offer important insights for the future.
By Camila Ludovique, research assistant CAPES/IIASA Sandwich Doctorate I come from Brazil, more specifically from the Energy Planning Program of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, that postcard city that most of you may have already seen in pictures, with...
Pavel Kabat is chief scientist at the World Meteorological Organization and was director general of IIASA from February 2012 until September 2018
Julian Hunt is a postdoc at IIASA and part of the Brazilian Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) scheme.
Rafael Morais, a recent participant in the IIASA-CAPES Doctorate Sandwich Program, talks about his research and what his participation in the program has meant to him.
The PhD student talks about her volunteer work for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
IIASA researchers are analyzing food webs to find out what makes entire ecosystems vulnerable to the extinction of individual species.
2018 YSSP participant Yi Huang wants to protect the ocean and the people that connect with it.
J. Luke Irwin, 2018 YSSP participant, explains how we can make the most of our potential by re-imagining the future of human work.
Lillian Petersen, high-school student and summer intern at IIASA, is working on developing high-resolution estimates of the risk for humanitarian crises across Africa.
Dame Julia Slingo and Peter Lemke on translating climate change risk into personally relevant narratives.
YSSP participant Sara Turner is using a computer game to find out how people decide to share resources and how stable these decisions are.
Composer Merlijn Twaalfhoven writes about how the merging of science and art can be used to build bridges between art, science, and societal issues.