Workshops

Climate Workshops

Can you devise a strategy for limiting global warning to 1.5 DegC?

Using the C-Roads and En-Roads climate simulation models we run workshops which allow participants to explore different possible scenarios for reducing emissions of green house gas to ensure that global heating stays well below 2 DegC or even as low as 1.5 DegC.

Find out more here: Climate Interactive Workshops.

In these workshops, we will introduce you to the simulator, provide you with the opportunity to reflect and discuss possible strategies for limiting global heating and then ‘run’ the simulations real-time to discover how well your strategies might work.

We have trained facilitators who will guide you through these climate simulations in an stimulating and informative way.

Next Workshop with Zero Carbon Guilldford, Monday 20th September, 7:00pm

Tickets

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All workshop are free of charge to the general public, but we would welcome any donations to help meet our running costs.

Climate Action Simulation Game

Can you negotiate a strategy for limiting global heating to 1.5 DegC?

Using the C-Roads and En-Roads climate simulation models we run role-play events in which participants are divided into groups representing government, business and civil society with the task of negotiating and agreeing a strategy for reducing emissions of green house gas to ensure that global heating stays well below 2 DegC or even as low as 1.5 DegC.

Find out more here: Climate Interactive Simulation Game.

In these events, we will introduce you to the simulator, facilitate rounds of discussion and subsequent negotiation between different stakeholders, reflect upon and discuss the outcomes and issues that arise.

We have trained facilitators who will guide you through these climate simulations in an stimulating and informative way.

Friday 24th September, 7:00pm

Tickets

This event is free of charge, but we would welcome any donations to help meet our running costs. To book in advance e-mail David (david@whatnext.earth) or book via Eventbrite (note, there is an automatic £1 donation to cover fees for this service). Drop-in on the evening is available, but subject to capacity.