Mary Scholes has been serving on the IIASA Science Advisory Committee (SAC) since 2011 and was appointed as Chair in 2014. In this interview she discusses her views of SAC.
Nadejda Komendantova discusses how misinformation propagated by different communication mediums influence attitudes towards migrants in Austria.
2019 YSSP participant Rory Gibb investigates the effects of future land use, climate, and socioeconomic change on disease risk, focusing on Lassa fever in West Africa.
Finn Laurien outlines the insights the Flood Alliance has gained from application of the Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities (FRMC) to 118 communities in nine countries.
Bernd Lenzner discusses how understanding the role invasive species play in shaping global biodiversity and ecosystem services is crucial to a sustainable future.
An interview with Leen Hordijk, who was previously a project leader, Council member, and director at IIASA.
An interview with Dorsamy (Gansen) Pillay, IIASA council member for South Africa, on ethical research.
Christoph Mandl discusses how his recent publication is rooted in the seminal works of 4 IIASA alumni.
Food and land use systems play a critical role in managing climate risks and bringing the world onto a sustainable development trajectory – Frank Sperling explains.
An interview with IIASA alumnus Dennis Meadows during his recent visit to IIASA.
Marlene Palka discusses the IIASA FARM project, which has been investigating drought risk management in Austria for the past three years.
Regina Buono investigates how the law can support or impede the use of nature-based solutions and help facilitate adaptation to climate change.
Muye Ru investigates the main health impacts of air pollution and what this means for the economy and social development of a country.
Serguei Kaniovski from the Austrian Institute of Economic Research writes about a recent study in which he and colleagues from IIASA revisited a classic growth model.
IIASA alumna Nandita Saikia, looks back on the two years that she spent living in Austria while working as a postdoctoral researcher in the World Population Program.