Video #1 – Getting Started from Climate Interactive on Vimeo. Check out the new C-ROADS “Getting Started” video created by Dr. Phil Rice. This video is the first in a series that helps users explore and utilize the features of our C-ROADS policy-maker-based simulation, which is designed for climate policy analysts and is meant to […]
Archives for June 2010
Today we have a thoughtful guest post by Ian Lamont, who recently played our interactive simulation-based role-playing exercise, World Climate. Ian is an MIT Sloan Fellow and technology blogger. His full bio can be found twitter.com/ilamont. The original article is here. The missing constituency in climate change negotiations Friday, June 18, 2010 On Tuesday, about […]
Good “systems thinking” news on clean energy from some rocking smart MBAs from Sloan/MIT, in this guest post by Trae Wallace and Christina Ingersoll. Check out their PPT presentation that tells the story here. The same economic dynamics that generated the immense explosion of wealth we’ve experienced since the industrial revolution can be harnessed to […]
US-China collaboration on climate systems modeling at the UNFCCC meeting in Bonn today. Prof. Zhao Xiusheng of Tsinghua University, Andrew Jones of Climate Interactive, Dr. Beth Sawin of Climate Interactive, Dr. Jiang Kejun of Energy Research Institute (China). To the left, working together to see what it would take to create a 2 degree future […]
Here in Bonn, Germany, at the UN climate conference, Dr. Elizabeth Sawin of Climate Interactive and Dr. Zhao Xiusheng of Tsinghua University collaborate on quantifying energy and climate futures. Here they are running experiments in the C-ROADS simulation.
If you happen to be in Bonn for the UNFCCC session this week please stop by 350.org’s side event, which will include an interactive session using C-ROADS to explore pathways toward 350 ppm. Side-Event: An equitable pathway toward 350 ppm CO2 Friday 4 June, 19.45-21.45 Wind Room Description: An equitable pathway toward 350 ppm CO2, […]