Klaus is the founder of the Global Climate Forum. We take this event as an honor and a committment to pursue the mission he designed for our association: bringing together researchers and practitioners to share discoveries and disagreements in a constructive way.

Carlo Jaeger's paper on “Klaus Hasselmann and Economics” has been published online on Nov. 3, ’22, by the Journal of Physics: Complexity. It can be found here .

CONGRATULATIONS TO KLAUS HASSELMANN,
NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS 2021 !!!

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