Climate Interventions Workshop, with EN-ROADS Climate Ambassador Peter Dugas
Tuesday, October 4 -- 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for an engaging and interactive Climate Policy Workshop and explore effective and equitable solutions to the climate crisis. Peter Dugas, En-ROADS Climate Ambassador and Citizens’ Climate Lobby Maine State Coordinator and Liaison to Senator Angus King, will facilitate using MIT’s En-ROADS Climate Simulator to explore policy options, discuss regional, national and international efforts and lead a discussion on what each of us can do to ensure a safe and livable future for all. This program will take place in person at the library and will be streamed simultaneously on Zoom, for those wishing to attend virtually. If you plan on attending, please register for this program below so that we can send you a reminder on the day of the event, as well as an optional Zoom link to join us. All are welcome!
Please register by filling out the form below
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En-ROADS is a global climate simulator that allows users to explore the impact of roughly 30 policies—such as electrifying transport, pricing carbon, and improving agricultural practices—on hundreds of factors like energy prices, temperature, air quality, and sea level rise.
Developed by Climate Interactive, the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative, and Ventana Systems, En-ROADS is a system dynamics model carefully grounded in the best available science, and has been calibrated against a wide range of existing integrated assessment, climate, and energy models. En-ROADS runs on an ordinary laptop in a fraction of a second, is freely available online, offers an intuitive user-friendly interface, and is available in over a dozen languages.
En-ROADS helps people make connections between things they care about and the possibilities available to help ensure a resilient future. Users can quickly see the long-term effects of the global climate policies and actions they imagine. The goal? To break through the noise and equip elected officials, business leaders, and others with the knowledge they need to implement equitable and high-leverage climate solutions. You can learn more about the science behind the simulator here.