Climate Interactive creates tools and programs for environmental and sustainability planning and education. Read on to learn more about our programs, or check out the tools we have created and find out how to get involved.
The state of global action. The Climate Scoreboard calculates the long-term global temperature rise if all the current national proposals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions were implemented.
After President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, hundreds of cities, states, and other entities have committed themselves to reducing CO2 emissions in line with the Paris Agreement’s goals to limit climate change. We are adding up these commitments and putting them on the map.
There’s a way of thinking about climate change that is gaining momentum around the world. We call it multisolving – the search for systemic solutions that protect the climate while improving health, equity, and well-being.
A powerful simulation-based role-playing experience. World Climate is an interactive policy exercise where groups of participants play UN delegates from major parts of the world who address climate change.
A new role-playing exercise from Climate Interactive where participants act as energy policy consultants and come up with proposals for pathways to an equitable low-carbon future.
The Climate Leader is an introductory training series in systems thinking to help fuel the global response to climate change. These materials will help you to be more effective at addressing climate change by enabling you to see the interconnections and big picture in your work.
Climate Interactive is working to model the intersections among agriculture, production, emissions and resilience. Our goal is to help policymakers and practitioners see how their decision can not only lead to larger agricultural production, but also how agriculture can be part of the climate change mitigation solution.