“Wow. I just want to cry. Please tell me we are making a difference.”’ Those were the words of a colleague today after she watched a video illustrating a recent Bill McKibben essay about a rising tide of climate change symptoms around the world. Many months have passed since the disappointments of Copenhagen and the […]
The not-for-profit group 350.org used our widely-available C-ROADS output data to create their own poster to influence delegates in Copenhagen at COP15. Near the end of the conference, the poster you see here was pasted all over the Bella Center and seen by thousands.
[clearspring_widget title=”Climate Scoreboard” wid=”4b0afdf054484c54″ pid=”4b15120637e3b433″ width=”450″ height=”399″ domain=”widgets.clearspring.com”] Today, as the Heads of State gather here at the Copenhagen Conference, our calculations show that current confirmed proposals are not yet ambitious enough to limit temperature increase to 1.5-2°C (2.7-3.6°F) over pre-industrial temperatures. As shown above in the Climate Scoreboard, we estimate a temperature increase of 3.9°C (7.0°F) […]
The following is Bill McKibben’s article on the Copenhagen summit, which discusses the importance of numbers in the climate negotiations and Climate Interactive’s role in producing them. Find the latest numbers on the Climate Scoreboard. Copenhagen: Only the numbers count – and they add up to hell on earth Climate Interactive’s software speaks numbers, not […]