Institute of Earth System Preservation

Founding Year: 2008

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Institute of Earth System Preservation (2008; Munich; 10 staff; ias.tum.de)

The Institute of Earth System Preservation is “a global network of scientists, decision-makers, and members from governmental and non-governmental organizations.” This network professionals “share a deep concern about the crises that challenge humanity today”, and believe that it’s ” necessary to provide workable solutions based on a holisitic approach”. To this end, it “promotes Earth system science through conferences, workshops, seminars, lectures, and publications” and it’s working “to promote a mutually beneficial exchange and provide access to current scientific knowledge.”

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Leadership: Martin Steger (CEO) and Michael von Hauff (Chairman)

Institute of Earth System Preservation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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