In three years, Professor Eduardo Pedro Fracassi has journeyed from being inactive on climate change progress to making a major impact with Climate Interactive’s World Climate Exercise. He’s gone from Climate Student to Climate Star. After seeing a presentation of Climate Interactive’s work, Eduardo co-facilitated with fellow professor Fabian Szulanski 17 World Climate Exercise workshops, proposed a Climate Engineering course at the Buenos […]
Climate policy analysis is accessible to anyone with the online C-Learn simulation. Just plug in your estimates of what kind of emissions reductions you think it will take to limit global warming to 2 degrees (or whatever your goal is) to see the effect on the rise of temperature, sea levels, or global CO2 concentration. C-Learn […]
DSC_9522, a photo by Climate Interactive on Flickr. Tasso Azevedo uses the C-Learn simulation in Rio. Note Yvo de Boer, Alfredo Sirkis, and David Jhirad in the background.
< p style=”text-align:left;”>Climate Interactive partner Tom Fiddaman of Ventana Systems gave a climate talk at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman Montana on C-ROADS and C-Learn. The original post is was published on his blog. Cool hybrid stock-and-flow and causal loop diagram — even cooler in the step-by-step build that is included in his slides. Much […]
[vodpod id=Video.3931360&w=425&h=350&fv=] Play the sim above or click here for a larger version. A new simplified version of C-Learn has been released as part of a website called Converge, funded by Bonwood Foundation and led by Tracy Russ and Lisa Renstrom. They are spreading the much-needed “we can do it” message around addressing climate action, helping […]
Today’s guest blogger is our longtime friend and colleague, the system dynamics modeler and facilitator Chris Soderquist of Pontifex Consulting. On July 30, I delivered a systems thinking session at George Washington University’s Workshop of Political Management of Change (V Taller de Gerencia Poliítica de Proyectos de Cambio). The attendees (over 100) were from South […]
A new partnership of companies and NGOs committed to open source climate simulations has launched a freeware climate decision support tool. Check it out here — click on the big “C-Learn” banner. C-Learn is the more accessible, online version of the C-ROADS simulation, which was recently seen in US State Department Special Envoy Jonathan Pershing’s […]