More information on the MEDUWA Declaration 2020 on Emissions of Medicines for Human and Veterinary Use can be found here.
Two webcasts on the research by MEDUWA-Vecht(e) young scientists on reducing pharmaceuticals and microbial resistance in the environment to take place on November 17 & 24, 2020. The events are co-hosted by TIAS, Osnabrueck University and Stichting Huize Aarde. More information is provided on the project website.
TIAS Newsletter for October 2020 Feature this month: Co-producing climate resilience assessments: Insights from seven midsize cities, by Gül Özerol, University of Twente
TIAS webinar Narratives for engagement, learning and action-taking in support of environmental management
You are invited to register for the upcoming TIAS webinar “Narratives for engagement, learning and action-taking in support of environmental management”. The webinar takes place on the 26th of October, 15.00-16.30 CET (GMT +1). This webinar is co-organized by two members of our Learning Community: Larissa Koch and Juliette Cortes. Our aim is to explore […]
Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling: New publication by TIAS members of the iCAM Centre ANU
Elsawah, S., Filatova, T., Jakeman, A.J., Kettner, A.J., Zellner, M.L., Athanasiadis,I.N., Hamilton, S.H., Axtell, R.L., Brown, D.G., Gilligan, J.M., Janssen, M.A., Robinson, D.T., Rozenberg, J., Ullah, I.I.T., Lade, S.J. Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling. Socio-Environmental Systems Modelling, vol. 2, 16226, 2020, doi:10.18174/sesmo.2020a16226 Abstract Modeling is essential to characterize and explore complex societal and […]
TIAS Quarterly newsletter, June 2020 – Feature: Ecological civilization – A new development paradigm
TIAS Quarterly newsletter, December 2019. Feature: Ecological civilization – A new development paradigm, by PAN Jiahua Link: E-Newsletter No. 01/2020 (June)
TIAS Quarterly Newsletter, December 2019 – Feature: A proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models
TIAS Quarterly Newsletter – December 2019 Feature: A proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models, by Rich Rosen; and Reflections on Rich Rosen’s proposal for improving the evaluation of complex IA models, by Jan Bakkes
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the unexpected death of Arjen Hoekstra, Professor of Water Management at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. Professor Hoekstra led a group of at UTwente who are long-time members of TIAS. He was just 52 years old. Those TIAS members who knew and worked […]
TIAS Newsletter No. 3 – October 2019 Feature: Populism, disinformation and the future of European climate and energy policy Annual General Meeting Dialogue: Science for evidence-based policy-making in a post-truth society TIAS News Publications Events Employment and funding opportunities
Making sense of science for policy under conditions of complexity and uncertainty This recent 2019 report highlights the fact that many of the world’s most pressing problems are also incredibly complex — including climate change, environmental pollution, economic crises and the digital transformation of societies. What’s more, the scientific knowledge around these areas can often […]