World Climate Webinars
March 8, 9:30 EST and April 10, 9:30 EST
Join one of our upcoming webinars to learn more about how to lead the World Climate Simulation, a mock-UN climate negotiation exercise that thousands have participated in to better understand what is needed to address the climate challenge. On this webinar you will get started learning how to facilitate the exercise, using C-ROADS, ask questions, and hear from others who have been successful in leading local events.
World Energy Webinars
February 20, 11AM EST, April 24, 11AM EST and June 26, 11AM EST
Multisolving Webinars: Pathways to Protecting Climate while Improving Health
Wednesday, April 18, 10 am EST (in Spanish)
Join the Multisolving team as they share the findings from a new report, Multisolving at the Intersection of Health and Climate, on how people around the world create health benefits while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, often increasing social equity and saving money. Through two case studies featured in this report, we shall explore some some tips for collaborating, financing, and working beyond silos to achieve these multiple benefits. Feel free to bring your questions and insights into the health and climate conversation in the US and around the world. Registration link not yet available – sign up for webinar updates.
World Climate Simulation Webinars
- Un webinaire enregistré en français sur la façon de faciliter la World Climate Simulation, December 2017
- A recorded webinar on how to facilitate World Climate, September 2017
- A recorded webinar on the impacts research on World Climate, January 2017
- A recorded webinar of the Exploring Climate Solutions Webinar Series: Multisolving, Jan 2016 (download PDF of webinar slides)
- A recorded webinar introducing the Green Infrastructure Scenarios Tool, presented by the National Association of Development Organizations
World Energy Simulation Webinar
- “Flash Climate Update with Drew Jones of Climate Interative” for Active Philanthropy, July 2017
- “The Dynamics of Climate Change – From the Political to the Personal” by Climate Interactive partner and MIT Professor John Sterman, July 2016 (download the presentation slides)
If you have any questions about any of these topics, feel free to contact us.