The EQU Group aims to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and other global challenges, both in its own right and as part of broader IIASA initiatives by developing and applying conceptual and analytical frameworks for integrating equity and justice aspects into assessments of societal and environmental challenges. The group has a specific focus on ethical questions in the context of distributive and procedural justice concerns that may arise within the currently living generation, as well as across current and future generations, and explores options to enable transformative policy change towards just societies. EQU works closely with other IIASA research programs and groups to position IIASA research activities in a well-grounded equitable and just systems analysis framework.
IIASA supports the provincial government of Styria in co-creating together with a representative sample of the Styrian population courageous and positive visions for a low-carbon and climate resilient future. More
The PHUSICOS project has recently developed a serious game on learning innovation to simulate the complex governance setting of stakeholders More
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Research Group Leader and Research Scholar Equity and Justice Research Group - Population and Just Societies Program
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Ringsmuth, A.K., Otto, I.M., van den Hurk, B., Lahn, G., Reyer, C.P.O., Carter, T.R., Magnuszewski, P., Monasterolo, I., Aerts, J.C.J.H., Benzie, M., Campiglio, E., Fronzek, S., Gaupp, F., Jarzabek, L., Klein, R.J.T., Knaepen, H., Mechler, R. , Mysiak, J., Sillmann, J., Stuparu, D., & West, C. (2022). Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience. Climate Risk Management, e100395. 10.1016/j.crm.2022.100395. (In Press)
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