Check out this important upcoming webinar:

The Dynamics of Climate Change: From the Political to the Personal
Wednesday, July 13th
12:00 pm ET

How can we respond to climate change? Can we build an economy powered by clean, renewable energy in time? Does the agreement forged at the recent Paris climate conference (COP21) deliver us from catastrophe, or is it another diplomatic disappointment? How can the science be made accessible to the policymakers, the media, and the public at large?

Join MIT Sloan Professor and Climate Interactive partner John Sterman for a one-hour, complimentary webinar to experience an interactive simulation that helps people understand climate change and the long-term climate impacts of policy scenarios.

This online event will explore the dynamics of the climate interactively and suggest what we can do both professionally and personally to build a safer, sustainable world. Known as C-ROADS, this award-winning modeling software has been used by more than 15,000 people, including policy makers and negotiators, in 53 nations around the world, and is freely available to participants in the webinar.

Participants of this webinar will learn:

  • Why discussions on climate change have led to so much public confusion
  • The state of climate policy after the Paris agreement
  • What we can do to manage the unavoidable and avoid the unmanageable
  • What impact you can have in your community

The webinar will be followed by a live Q&A with Professor Sterman on Facebook.

Click here to register.