International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Internationales Institut für Angewandte Systemanalyse
1972-10-04 London UK
4 Oct 1972, London (UK), on signature of Charter by representatives of scientific organizations in 12 countries and on the initiative of the USA and the USSR. Charter revised 1978. Previously also referred to as Institut international pour l'analyse des systèmes appliqués -- Mezdunarodnyj Institut Prikladnogo Sistemnogo Analiza. Registered in Austria.
Conduct research into critical issues of global concern including energy and climate change, food and water, poverty and equity.
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