I am grateful to Professor John Sterman, Director of the MIT System Dynamics Group and the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative, for an interesting discussion on building a sustainable society through system dynamics.

Me offering my coedited book to Professor John Sterman (L).

During the En-ROADS Climate Workshop organised by the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies of Keio University I had a possibility to join an interactive group experience that uses the En-ROADS climate solutions simulator – a free, easy-to-use, online tool built by the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative and the not-for-profit think tank, Climate Interactive.

En-ROADS gives users the opportunity to test out different climate change solutions, en route to creating a future that limits global warming to well below 2°C from pre-industrial levels, in line with the Paris  Agreement. The experience delivers insights into policies and actions that can meet climate goals. To-date, it has been used by nearly 200,000 people in 130+ countries, including 6500+ top decision-makers in government, business, and civil society.