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…
YSSP participant César Terrer talks about his research on climate change and the CO2 fertilization effect
Exploring the practicalities of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage.
A workshop at IIASA brings new insight into scenario analysis for water resources.
Combining modeling with stakeholder collaboration to chart future agriculture policies
What is the real climate benefit of riding your bike to work?
The crowdsourcing game Picture Pile has reached half its goal of sorting 5 million satellite images. Why IIASA researchers need your help to finish the rest.
Disaster risk policy has a long way to go to to turn “lessons learned” into preventative actions.
Turning 65 in 2016 doesn’t mean the same thing as hitting 65 in 1916. New measures of age change the equation.
How can a model estimate how fast and far a wildfire will spread?
A participant in the Moscow Summer Academy 2015 combines optimal control with game theory to model interplays between ecology and economic behavior
UN World Water Day focuses on water and jobs – how are they linked?
With global supply chains, local disasters or man-made accidents can propagate from one place to another, and generate significant impact. How can this be prevented?