A group of 185 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows from across the world got a crash course in climate change policy from Climate Interactive Co-Director Drew Jones at this year’s Global Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. The World Energy and World Climate simulations helped these leaders, who represented 93 countries, gain insights into the complexity of […]
At the “Time for Change” conference by Innovations magazine held in National Academies of Sciences yesterday, John Holdren, President Obama’s chief science advisor, mentioned C-ROADS in response to a question about engaging policy makers. Dr. Holdren highlighted his view that “John Kerry has put it on his laptop” and is discussing it in many places […]
Senator John Kerry uses C-ROADS to help him understand the where the proposals to COP15 in Copenhagen are headed. Below is the video of Senator Kerry speaking at an event hosted by the American Meteorological Society in Washington DC, describing the C-ROADS simulator, how he used it, and how it reports the “state of the […]
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.
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 […]
On March 5th Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts referred extensively to our work in remarks at a forum sponsored by Hitachi and featuring panels organized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Brookings Institution. As the level of interest in the conclusions Senator Kerry referred to grows we offer here information […]