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IIASAInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria)
IIASAInstitute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (Fairfax, VA)
IIASAIndependent Insurance Agents of San Antonio (est. 1913; San Antonio, TX)
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Both the World Bank and IIASA models were run under varying climate and socioeconomic scenarios.
"A significant share of emissions still originates from sources associated with poverty and underdevelopment such as solid fuel use in households and waste management practices," explained Markus Amann, Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases Program director, IIASA.
where poverty, low social development, and patriarchal institutions persist and investments (in) girls are limited," said co-author Nandita Saikia of IIASA.
Co-author Nandita Saikia from the IIASA said: "As the regional estimates of excess deaths of girls demonstrate, any intervention to reduce the discrimination against girls in food and healthcare allocation should therefore target in priority regions ...
The SSPs, developed previously by IIASA and other key partner organizations, look at different ways the world and society could progress, including one in which the world pursues sustainability, one in which economic and population growth continue much as they have done historically, and another in which the world pursues high economic growth with little emphasis on sustainability.
for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), ISRIC-World Soil Information, Inst of Soil Science-Chinese Acad of Sciences (ISS-CAS); EC-Joint Research Centre (JRC), 2008.
The IIASA dataset contains information from 120 countries for the years 1970-2000 [58] with reliable projection data up until 2050 [59].
Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/OAW, WU), Vienna Institute of Demography/Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
Finalmente, para complementar la definicion de los escenarios aducidos, se emplean las proyecciones de los Share Socio-Economic Pathways (SSPs) desarrollados por el International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Iiasa) acerca del crecimiento poblacional y el Producto Interno Bruto (PIB).
(2) International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Schlossplatz 1, 2361 Laxenburg, Austria