Climate Interactive member and MIT Professor John Sterman on the implications of big data and simulation models for climate change action
A Webinar on our World Climate Exercise with the international climate action organization CliMates
Climate Interactive Co-Director Beth Sawin encourages students to step up to the task of confronting climate change
Drew Jones showcases the online version of En-ROADS during the second World Energy exercise at Stanford
Climate Interactive’s Travis Franck talks about the important climate insights found from systems thinking models
Climate Interactive Co-Director Beth Sawin on the potential of systems thinking to change the world
MIT professor John Sterman leads a group in the World Climate exercise developed by Climate Interactive
Overview of the World Energy Exercise led by Climate Interactive’s Drew Jones for Stanford graduate students
Climate Interactive Co-Director Drew Jones explores the power of En-ROADS to understand climate and energy scenarios in this hour-long webinar
In this hour-long webinar Climate Interactive’s Travis Franck reviews the state of the global climate deal and introduces the latest features of C-ROADS 3.0
Climate Interactive’s Drew Jones introduces the En-ROADS simulation
Dr. Elizabeth Sawin of Climate Interactive describing the Climate Scoreboard on the first day of the Copenhagen COP15 climate change summit hosted by the United Nations
MIT professor and Climate Interactive team member, John Sterman, explains how using simulation models can help policymakers address climate change
A 30-minute webinar briefing on the highlights of the UNEP’s “Emissions Gap Report”. Addresses the scientific analysis of the gap between country pledges to the UNFCCCC for the Copenhagen Accord and those necessary to meet climate goals. Presented by co-author of the report, Dr. Elizabeth Sawin, co-director of Climate Interactive
Climate Interactive co-director, Drew Jones, explains how lessons from gaming help us ensure that climate and energy analysis can be used to make a difference at the 2012 Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop
Drew Jones of Climate Interactive introduces Climate Pathways, a free app for the iPhone and iPad that compresses a climate model into a mobile device
Peter Senge of MIT and SoL on the purpose of Climate Interactive
Climate Interactive’s Drew Jones and COP16 attendees test the beta version of C-ROADS for iPhone and iPad
Senator John Kerry describes the C-ROADS climate simulator, how he used it, and how it reports the “state of the global climate deal
Part 1 of a lecture by Dr. John Sterman of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, hosted by MIT’s System Design and Management Program. View part 2 here
“The Road from Copenhagen: Supporting International Climate Negotiations with the C-ROADS Simulation” presented by Dr. John Sterman in Seoul, Korea for the International Conference of the System Dynamics Society
John Sterman of the Climate Interactive team presents C-ROADS for the MIT Energy Initiative
Trevor Houser of the US State Department discusses his experiences as a C-ROADS user at a C-ROADS side event in Copenhagen.
What is the state of the global climate deal? This video explains The Climate Scoreboard, our embeddable widget that reports global temperature change in 2100 based on the proposals to the United Nations to address climate change. Click here for more information.
The Climate Action Initiative team leads a group at the June 2009 Tallberg Forum through the main insights of the C-ROADS simulation.
John Sterman of the Climate Interactive team speaking at IBM’s Almaden Institute on how the solution to climate change will look much more like the civil rights movement than the Manhattan Project.
MIT’s John Sterman of the Climate Interactive team explains C-ROADS science and confidence building at the US State Department side event in Copenhagen.