Using analogies and stories to communicate climate change (or anything really) is an effective way to deepen your audience’s understanding. In the video below, energy modeler Corey Welch explains climate change and what is needed to address the challenge with 20 slides in 5 minutes. He explains this complex challenge, as you will see, using […]
The climate change bathtub metaphor appears in Neil Wagner’s “What on Earth?” cartoon. This way to look at the climate change challenge emerged from research by Dr. John Sterman and Linda Booth Sweeney at MIT and Harvard. Their original paper is here. You can also see National Geographic’s version here.
The December issue of National Geographic Magazine covered the “Carbon Bathtub” as framed and explained by Climate Interactive partner Dr. John Sterman of the Sloan School of Management at MIT. Check it out online. This beautiful and information-filled graphic illustrates a powerful way to think about the dynamics of the climate system: as behaving a […]