Two manuscripts by IIASA researchers showcasing cutting-edge developments, highlighting open science, have been recognized by the scientific journals where the works were published.
Halting, then reversing the ongoing loss of Earth’s plant and animal diversity, requires far more than an expanded global system of protected areas of land and seas, scientists have warned.
An article by a team of scientists has proposed a set of measurable targets that can be used in scenario analysis for achieving all Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Policy interventions could rescue smallholder farmers in Nepal who stand to lose up to a quarter of their income by 2050 due to the effects of climate change, a research project revealed.
Climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable populations, but redistributing revenues from carbon tax can promote equity and protect marginalized populations, says a new study.
A new study by some international researchers has revealed that global maize and wheat production may be affected by 2030 if current trends of climate change persist.
A new research has explained how road infrastructural plans might impact ecosystems in sub-Saharan Africa as the region’s economy and trade grows rapidly.
A study has revealed that carefully-designed policies for China’s food system and international trade will ensure that food security is attained in the Asian nation, without destroying its environment.
A new research has revealed that children, especially in low-income countries, are to face disproportionate increases in lifetime extreme events like heatwaves, flood, and droughts, among others.
According to a study, conserving 30% of land will safeguard 70% of terrestrial plant and vertebrate animal species, while 68% of all clean water will be made available.