The Future of Food simulation at the “Science advice under pressure” conference organized by SAPEA

On April 27, we had an opportunity, in collaboration with International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), to conduct a hybrid event on the largest scale in the history of our organisation. It took place during the “Science advice...

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The Future of Food simulation at the Inkundla conference

Sustainability Research + Innovation Inkundla Congress 2022 took place online on April 21. As part of the event, we had the pleasure to lead the session “Cascading Climate Impacts across Geographical Boundaries” during which Piotr Magnuszewski and Michalina Kułakowska...

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‘Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience’

A new article entitled "Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience" co-created by Piotr Magnuszewski and Łukasz Jarząbek has been published in the Climate Risk Management journal. It sheds light on the challenges revealed by the...

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“Europe’s cross-border trade, human security and financial connections: A climate risk perspective” CASCADES article published

The applications of our Cascading Climate Impacts were described in the new article "Europe's cross-border trade, human security and financial connections: A climate risk perspective" created by the CASCADES consortium. The article explores the potential impact transmission pathways of...

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Our simulations were part of COP26 – Cascading Climate Impacts

During the COP26, we were running, together with our partners from the Cascades project, several interactive events via Chatham House Climate Risk and Security Virtual Pavilion. Throughout the COP26, anyone could explore on their own an interactive and immersive single-player...

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CASCADES: Second Core Workshop with Project Stakeholders

The second Core Workshop with Stakeholders took place online on 21st September 2021. The workshop was organized together with Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and in collaboration with the project partners. The morning session consisted of a policy simulation...

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Raw Materials Challenge simulation at the INGSA2021 Conference

We ran a workshop with our Raw Materials Challenge simulation as a satellite event to the 4th International Conference on Science Advice to Governments (INGSA2021). The event took place online, on 08.09.2021. We organized this workshop together with the...

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Raw Materials Challenge simulation at the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science Diplomacy

Once again, we ran a workshop with our Raw Materials Challenge simulation. This time, we used it during the course on science diplomacy, organized jointly by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and The World Academy...

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Social simulation during Cascading Resource Scarcity: Science Diplomacy at the Intersection of Climate Change

On July 22, 2021, in cooperation with IIASA, National Research Council Canada, ISSP (uOttawa), and Mitacs, we ran an online workshop with our policy simulation exploring themes related to cascading climate impacts. The simulation took place entirely online in a...

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Piotr Magnuszewski was a guest on the SAPEA podcast

Piotr Magnuszewski and Nicole Arbour (Belmont Forum, IIASA) were invited to the Science Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA) podcast to talk about the usefulness of policy simulations in enriching science policy. The two speakers had worked together during...

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