A participant in the 2016 YSSP describes realistic approaches to urban planning and governance on the continent.
If you believe food security under climate change is a top-priority research investment for the European Union, help us make it happen!
What we can do today to slow down the runaway warming in the Arctic.
How can scientists and entrepreneurs work together to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?
The USA and Mexico must cooperate in order to preserve the river that connects and divides them.
New research shows why women-headed households are more economically vulnerable to climate-related shocks
Science has an important role in supporting new global social contract and the 2030 agenda
Tarja Halonen, the first female president of Finland, discusses equality and diversity with IIASA staff.
Interview from Alpbach: Michael Perkinson on sustainable development and the private sector.
Interview from Alpbach: Former WTO Director General Pascal Lamy on the role of trade in sustainable development
Gloria Benedikt joined IIASA in 2015 where she combines science and art to help solve global challenges.
As the first YSSP participant of the Arctic Futures Initiative, Gosia Smieszek seeks ways to bring science closer to decision-making in the Arctic Council.
Gaming can bring a valuable, systems-analysis approach to resilience in flood-prone communities.
Air pollution is a problem in urban areas—but better traffic data could improve projections of air quality and health.
Tracing research impact across policy documents, blogs, social media, and more…