What kinds of things are we doing to prevent climate change? How many ALSO seem to be good ideas for many OTHER reasons other than avoiding catastrophic climate change? Above is a rally speech I gave on the topic to a crowd on a windy day in Asheville, North Carolina. Beth Sawin, my colleague and […]
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The Climate Interactive team, led by Sustainability Institute, delivered big results in Copenhagen at the UNFCCC’s COP15 climate conference. Bill McKibben wrote in the UK Guardian, from Copenhagen: “the only people who really understand what’s going on may be a small crew … called Climate Interactive. Their software speaks numbers, not spin – and in […]
Trevor Houser of the US State Department, speaking about C-ROADS-CP at the US Center in Copenhagen, December 2009. Text is below.
The collaboration of the C-ROADS team with Chinese climate analysts at Tsinghua University is growing via a university partnership. At the recent UN conference in Copenhagen, Drew Jones of Sustainability Institute met with Professor He Jiankun of Tsinghua University (shown in the photo) to discuss extending and customizing the C-ROADS simulation to better match the […]
The not-for-profit group 350.org used our widely-available C-ROADS output data to create their own poster to influence delegates in Copenhagen at COP15. Near the end of the conference, the poster you see here was pasted all over the Bella Center and seen by thousands.
Yeah, that’s us! “Climate Interactive” is our program and consortium. “Climate Scoreboard” is our embeddable widget on the state of the global deal. 3.9 and 770 are two numerical assessments of the deal, from our Scoreboard. Bill McKibben is the head of 350.org who talked a lot about our work in Copenhagen. And the image […]
(This is a guest post by Climate Interactive team member Tom Fiddaman of Ventana Systems. His terrific blog is here. This post originally ran at the blog of Xujun Eberlein: Inside Out China.) I’ve finally recovered from a long and frustrating week at COP15 in Copenhagen. Like many, I never actually made it into the conference […]
Amongst several dozen other major media outlets — click here for many of them — the International Herald Tribune used our open source Climate Scoreboard data to create their summary graphic for their coverage of the Copenhagen Accord.