Climate Interactive creates interactive, scientifically rigorous tools that help people see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address the biggest challenges we face.
Based on a long tradition of system dynamics modeling out of MIT that explores the interplay between social and planetary systems, our simulations cover a range of topics, from climate change and clean energy to disaster risk reduction and resilience.
Our work is guided by principles of transparency, collaboration, and staying action-oriented. [Read More]
Learning & Engagement
We have a variety of materials and ways to engage in using simulations and systems thinking.
> World Climate Project - Connecting people to the possibilities of international climate change policy.
> The Climate Leader - Online trainings in systems thinking to address climate change.
> Multiple Benefits - Exploring how climate solutions can address other systemic challenges.
> Videos - Collection of presentations from the Climate Interactive team.
- Vanuatu Youth Hold First Mock-Climate Negotiation in the Pacific Islands
- Whole-Systems Thinking on Climate – Signs of an Emerging Trend
- The Clean Power Plan from the Obama Administration Is Rich in Multiple Benefits Thinking
- COP21 Mock Climate Negotiation: Berlin, London and Zurich Try to Create a Global Climate Deal