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Brian G. Dowling

World Climate Simulation - Climate Interactive - 2 views

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    "The World Climate Simulation, from Climate Interactive, the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative, and U-Mass Lowell's Climate Change Initiative, is an in-person role-playing exercise of the UN climate change negotiations. Through the simulation, participants get to explore the necessary speed and level of action that nations must take to address global climate change. At the heart of the experience is the use of our interactive computer model C-ROADS, which is used to rapidly analyze the results of the game play. All the materials and tools for the game are available for free in multiple languages. "
Brian G. Dowling

Green Equitable Recovery Plans - Climate Interactive - 1 views

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    Climate This webpage aims to collect as many examples as possible where city, state, and national leaders are making COVID-19 recovery plans in ways that could also produce benefits in racial, gender, and economic equity and in climate change mitigation and resilience. It is being maintained by the multisolving team at Climate Interactive, including Dr. Elizabeth Sawin and Cassandra Ceballos.
Brian G. Dowling

ALPS - Climate Interactive - 0 views

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    Climate Interactive developed the Agriculture and Land Policy Simulator (ALPS) to allow users to see the interactions of different policy decisions on a nation's food system. As a national-scale model, country ministries and civil society groups can think about different development pathways to see if those policies could create their desired future.
Brian G. Dowling

Simulating Regenerative Agriculture in En-ROADS : Climate Interactive - 0 views

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    "Simulating Regenerative Agriculture in En-ROADS D "
Brian G. Dowling

Online Resources - Climate Interactive - 4 views

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    "As part of Climate Interactive's mission to create accessible, learning-oriented tools and simulations, we are proud to provide a suite of free, online resources to deliver critical insights for understanding and addressing climate change. Whether you are trying to reach geographically diverse audiences, or are navigating the challenges of remote learning or working from home - we offer a portfolio of online resources and experiences. "
Brian G. Dowling

Welcome to Circular Classroom - 1 views

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    An interactive educational toolkit for upper secondary high school educators and students to integrate circular thinking into the classroom.
Brian G. Dowling

Complexity Explorables | Complexity Explorables - 0 views

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    This site is designed for people interested in complex systems and complex dynamical processes. Complexity Explorables hosts different collections of interactive illustrations of models for complex systems in physics, mathematics, biology, chemistry, social sciences, neuroscience, epidemiology, network science and ecology. Topics include pattern formation, synchronization, critical phenomena, chaotic dynamics, evolutionary dynamics, fractals, collective behavior, reaction-diffusion systems and more.
Brian G. Dowling

En-ROADS | Climate Interactive - 2 views

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    Climate Interactive is a not-for-profit organization based in Washington DC. Our team helps people see what works to address climate change and related issues like energy, health, food security, and disaster risk reduction. Our easy-to-use, tangible, scientifically-grounded tools as well as our programs for engagement help people see for themselves what options exist today to shape the future they want to see.
Brian G. Dowling

Interactive: The Unequal States of America | Economic Policy Institute - 0 views

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    Income trends have varied from state to state, and within states. But a pattern is apparent: the growth of top 1% incomes. Explore inequality in this interactive feature.
Brian G. Dowling

Interactive: The Unequal States of America | Economic Policy Institute - 1 views

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    Income trends have varied from state to state, and within states. But a pattern is apparent: the growth of top 1% incomes. Explore inequality in this interactive feature.
Brian G. Dowling

The Climate Leader | Climate Interactive - 0 views

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    Climate Interactive is a not-for-profit organization based in Washington DC. Our team helps people see what works to address climate change and related issues like energy, water, food, and disaster risk reduction. For example: We're long-time partners with the U.S. State Department and analysts for the Chinese government. Our tools have helped them assess and communicate the impact of their government strategies. We've helped NGOs and businesses improve their thinking and communication in the UNFCCC climate negotiations. We're helping development agencies in East Africa design better strategies to reduce the number of people displaced by extreme events and slow onset disasters, like droughts. We work alongside the scientific community to build an understanding of what climate change means for society and the impacts our actions have on finding solutions.
Brian G. Dowling

VERTICES - GIS Consulting, Interactive Mapping - 0 views

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    ince 1994, VERTICES, LLC. has provided the health care and local government sectors with advanced GIS (Geographic Information System) solutions. VERTICES delivers customized solutions to you in the form of digital maps. Traditional methods of displaying information in columns and rows in a table have evolved into their visualization as digital maps with layers of specific information. With the increasing popularity of the Internet and numerous advancements in information technology, VERTICES has developed new technologies to deliver geographic information to your organization and clients in an easy and affordable way.
Brian G. Dowling

Economic Mobility of the States: Interactive - 0 views

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    Welcome to Economic Mobility of the States. This interactive tool captures the findings of the first analysis of Americans' economic mobility-their ability to move up or down the earnings ladder-on a state level. The study investigates Americans' mobility prospects during their prime working years-the 10-year span between ages 35-39 and 45-49. Our research focuses on individuals born between 1943 and 1958, with the most recent data coming from 2007 (see the Methodology to learn more). The interactive tool displays data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, identifying where in the country Americans experience the best and worst mobility outcomes.
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