Dr. John Sterman of MIT and Dr. Bob Corell of the Heinz Center presented the C-ROADS simulator and its latest findings on the state of the “global deal” leading up to COP-15, in an event hosted by the American Meteorological Society. Senator John Kerry provided the introduction and context.
Lauren Morello, reporter for Climate Wire, covered C-ROADS this morning! SCIENCE: Lawmakers to test new, lightning-quick climate model (Monday, March 16, 2009) Lauren Morello, E&E reporter In the intense atmosphere of international climate negotiations, it can be hard to keep track of countries’ shifting positions on greenhouse gas reductions, let alone what they will add […]
Our partners John Sterman from MIT and Bob Corell from the Heinz Center are presenting C-ROADS and its latest findings this Wednesday (March 18) on the Hill! Senator John Kerry will provide introductory remarks. See announcement below. Assessing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Policies: New Science Tools in the Service of Policy and Negotiations AMS/Heinz Center […]
Bob Corell of the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment talked about the exciting simulation-based work of the Climate Action Initiative on NPR’s “Morning Edition” today. He shared one of the key insights of the C-ROADS simulator which he has been using to explore the long term impacts of various country-level commitments […]