Climate Interactive Co-Director Andrew (Drew) Jones shared his top ten reasons to be hopeful for the climate in this dynamic presentation for the Sierra Club (16 minutes). It includes a demo of the team’s free, open-source simulator, C-ROADS.
Dr. John Sterman of MIT Sloan and Climate Interactive had the honor of speaking to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon yesterday in New York on the occasion of the entry into force of the Paris Agreement. Dr. Sterman represented a group of scientific NGOs that have been critical to elevating climate science in the negotiations, to […]
Climate Interactive Co-Director Drew Jones discusses climate, the U.S. presidential debate, and Hurricane Matthew on the talk radio station 880 The Revolution. Listen to the audio below.
Hundreds of cities, states, nations, and businesses made pledges in Paris to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These ten strategies could help make sure that the process of meeting climate goals provides benefits in health, justice, jobs and resilience. Recently, I spoke in a webinar series convened in support of the state of Connecticut’s 2050 climate […]
In three years, Professor Eduardo Pedro Fracassi has journeyed from being inactive on climate change progress to making a major impact with Climate Interactive’s World Climate Exercise. He’s gone from Climate Student to Climate Star. After seeing a presentation of Climate Interactive’s work, Eduardo co-facilitated with fellow professor Fabian Szulanski 17 World Climate Exercise workshops, proposed a Climate Engineering course at the Buenos […]
If you’re in Geneva, join us this Friday for a presentation on our project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. System dynamics modeling is one of the main innovations of our project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). With our partners, we are working to improve resilience of people affected by repeated displacement. The […]
Few people can go to the UN climate change summit, so Juliette brings the UN summit to the people. Twenty-two-year-old Juliette Decq is the founder and head of COP in MyCity, a project of CliMates. The organization is a youth-led project that aims to bridge the gap between climate negotiations and the mainstream public by fostering education and action about climate change locally and […]
Climate Interactive’s World Energy Exercise enables participants to take on the role of leaders from key economic and energy sectors and negotiate a climate and energy deal. Later this month, participants at the National Council for Science and the Environment’s (NCSE) 15th National Conference and Global Forum on Science Policy and the Environment: Energy and Climate Change will have an opportunity to design their own […]
Climate Interactive is attending the UNFCCC’s twentieth Conference of the Parties (COP 20) in Lima, Peru. We look forward to meeting as many members of the Climate Interactive community as possible. If you’re in Lima, please look for team members Ellie Johnston, Travis Franck, and Drew Jones. They will be sharing our En-ROADS, C-ROADS, and […]
Climate Interactive and the Dalai Lama: “Shouting, Shouting”. His Holiness the Dalai Lama recently participated in a dialogue at MIT on the challenge of responding to climate change. In this video excerpt, MIT Sloan Professor John Sterman, together with the Dalai Lama and audience, creates a climate success scenario using the C-ROADS interactive simulation […]