Climate Interactive and C-ROADS have recently been featured in a blog post by Adam Hasz of the Washington University Students for International Collaboration on the Environment (WUSICE). The post discusses our C-ROADS model and resources, in relation to their “U.S.-China Student International Conference on Climate Change and Sustainability”. Of particular relevance is our C-ROADS documentation in Chinese, which was developed to support our partnership with Tsinghua University. Check out WUSICE’s post below or view the original here.
C-ROADS: An Interactive Model for Climate Negotiators
Hi everyone. My name is Adam Hasz, and I am a third year student at Washington University. I am studying environmental studies and urban studies, and am particularly interested in sustainable development and ways in which we can collectively work towards stabilizing our planet’s climate. I have been very active with Green Action, the environmental activist group on my campus, and have helped to coordinate several demonstrations against coal companies and other dirty energy corporations. In addition, I have been involved with 1Sky, the Energy Action Coalition, the Missouri Student Environmental Coalition, and the Sierra Student Coalition. [Read more…] about Washington University Blog Covers Climate Interactive