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.

 

 

 

Events

07.12.17

Second Conference on Financial Networks and Sustainability

This three-day conference (January 17-19, 2018), organized by FINEXUS (Center for Financial...


09.11.17

GCF @ COP23 in Bonn: discussing green growth and how to turn climate risks into opportunities (copy 1)

The Global Climate Forum e.V., the University of Zurich and IIASA, together with partners from...


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News

04.12.17

An Open Invitation to Participate in the GREEN-WIN Survey

A guiding element of the GREEN WIN Project is the Global Dialogue, which aims to produce shared...


22.09.17

GCF and the DOLFINS Consortium replied to the EU consultation on Sustainable Finance

The EU High-level expert group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance has invited all citizens to provide...


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