Here are the World Climate briefing materials, which are used to orient participants in a World Climate simulation to their assigned roles. You can choose to use the 3 region or the 6 region briefings depending on the size of your group. There are also auxiliary briefing statements that have been added for those facilitators that want to include even more roles.
These materials have been developed by the team at Climate Interactive, Dr. John Sterman at MIT Sloan, and Dr. Juliette Rooney Varga of the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative. Translations of these materials have been graciously provided by many volunteers, see the credits below for when they were last updated.
3 Region Briefings
|Developing A Countries||French||Spanish||Portuguese||Turkish|
|Developing B Countries||French||Spanish||Portuguese||Turkish||Farsi|
6 Region Briefings
Briefings for Other Interested Parties
Use these briefings to add additional roles to World Climate, which can be useful for larger groups.
|Fossil Fuel Lobbyists||French||German||Spanish||Portuguese||Japanese||Turkish|
Turkish (3-region, 6-region): Nov 2016 – Translation by Emre Goktepe and Oguz Tosun
Dutch (6-region): Nov 2016 – Translation by Dr. Tom Emile Kuppens
French (6-region, FF lobby, & activists): Oct 2016 – Updated by Juliette Bohland, previously translated by the French Embassy of Berlin.
French (3-region): Oct 2016 – Updated by Juliette Bohland, previously translated by Mounia Mostefaoui
English (all briefing statements): Oct 2016 – Updates by Climate Interactive.
Japanese (all briefing statements): August 2016 – updates thanks to Change-Agent, Japan.
Russian (6-region): May 2016 – Translation thanks to Veronika Vazhnik
Portuguese (all briefing statements): April 2016 – Translation thanks to Luís Alberto Ambrósio
Farsi (3-region, 6-region, press & activists): December 2015 – Translation thanks to Mahdi Najafabadi and Babak Bahaddin
Spanish (6-region, FF lobby, press & activists): October 2015 – Translation thanks to Eduardo Fracassi and students at ITBA
Spanish (3-region): September 2015 – Translation of updated materials thanks to Dr. Carla Gulizia, University of Buenos Aires
German (6-region): March 2012 – Translation thanks to the Tyrolean government in Austria
Mandarin (6-region): July 2012