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, educate, and learn about using simulations and systems thinking to take action on climate change. [Our Programs]
> World Climate - Lead a mock-UN climate negotiation role play simulation.
> The Climate Leader - Online trainings in systems thinking to address climate change.
> Multisolving - Exploring how climate solutions can address other systemic challenges, including health, resilience, and equity.
> Webinars - Join a webinar on World Climate and our other simulation tools.
- Half the US Population Lives in Cities or States That Are Working Towards the Paris Agreement Climate Goals
- What Hope Means: A Podcast and a Webinar from MIT’s John Sterman
- Want to See US Climate Progress? Support City and State Leaders and the Grassroots Groups Who Hold Them Accountable
- Response to White House Talking Points on Paris Agreement