Socio-Ecological Modelling

Research Line Leader:
Klaus Hasselmann


Goal:

Develop models that help to reframe the climate
challenge from a problem of burden sharing to one of
creating win-win situations.


Major finding:

By combining innovative climate and economic policies,
Germany could shift to a sustainable path of 3 per cent
annual GDP growth and 3 per cent annual emission
reductions while cutting unemployment by 50 per cent;
similar opportunities arise in other countries.


Funding agents:

German Ministries for the Environment and for Education
and Research, EC.

 

 

 

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