On October 4th 2016 the EU has signed the global Paris Agreement to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. The agreement sets out a global action plan to put the world on track to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2°C.
Climate change and clean energy transition are complex challenges. The simulations of Climate Interactive enable you to simulate the many factors and see the result of policies. It is quite reveling and insightfull to see how much reducation in CO2 emmissions is required to minimize the temperature change to 2 degrees Celcius.
C-Learn, C-Roads and EN-Roads are three simulations from Climate Interactive organization, based on systems dynamics modeling from MIT.
The simulations enable teachers, lecturers and students and people in general to see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address the biggest challenges we face: climate change and clean energy.
The simulations enable you to set up and compare many What if ? scenarios. The Climate Interactive website offers tutorial videos on how to use the tools.
- C-Learn is the simple version of C-Roads and available online
- C-Roads is the Climate simulation which has to be downloaded
- EN-Roards is the simulation on Energy transition and climate goals
Target group: policy makers, lecturers, university students.
C-Learn can definitely be used at higher secondary level.
|Hardware|| iPad, PC