En-ROADS User Guide

En-ROADS User Guide🔗

By Janet Chikofsky, Ellie Johnston, Andrew Jones, Yasmeen Zahar, Clara Iglesias, Chris Campbell, John Sterman, Lori Siegel, Cassandra Ceballos, Travis Franck, Florian Kapmeier, Stephanie McCauley, Rebecca Niles, Caroline Reed, Juliette Rooney-Varga, and Elizabeth Sawin

Last updated July 2024

The En-ROADS Climate Solutions Simulator is a fast, powerful climate solutions scenario tool for understanding how we can achieve our climate goals through changes in energy, land use, consumption, agriculture, and other policies. The simulator focuses on how changes in global GDP, energy efficiency, technological innovation, and carbon price influence carbon emissions, global temperature, and other factors. It is designed to provide a synthesis of the best available science on climate solutions and put it at the fingertips of groups in policy workshops and roleplaying games. These experiences enable people to explore the long-term climate impacts of global policy and investment decisions.

En-ROADS is being developed by Climate Interactive, Ventana Systems, UML Climate Change Initiative, and MIT Sloan.

This guide provides background on the dynamics of En-ROADS, tips for using the simulator, general descriptions, real-world examples, slider settings, and model structure notes for the different sliders in En-ROADS.

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