Calling Klaus Hasselmann, 2021 physics laureate


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"We've been warning against climate change for about 50 years or so" – Caught entirely unawares by the call from Stockholm, Klaus Hasselmann's surprise is evident in this brief interview with Adam Smith, recorded just minutes after the news of his Nobel Prize in Physics had been announced. "I'll wake up tomorrow morning and find out," he says! Pleased that the prize focuses attention on the problem, he discusses the challenges in convincing people that "something that is going to happen in 20 or 30 years is something that you have to respond to now."

From October 4-11, don't miss our mini-season that will showcase the absolute freshest interviews with the new 2021 Nobel Prize laureates.

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