During the days June 3 and June 5, Prof. Eduardo Fracassi from ITBA (Argentina) facilitated four workshops on climate change at UFSC, using the C-ROADS climate policy simulatorthe En-ROADS energy policy both from Climate Interactive.

Climate Interactive is a not-for-profit organization based in Washington DC. Their solutions help audiences understand the big picture and see what works to address many of the biggest challenges of our time, drawing on a suite of approaches, many of them developed at MIT in the fields of system dynamics and organizational learning.

In addition, two Sinergia Professors, Mauricio Uriona and Caroline Vaz and Prof. Marina Bouzon took part in the development and execution of the workshops after being accredited as facilitators themselves.