Over the last 8 weeks, our students from years 9 to 12 have been taking part in an ISM x King’s Climate Change Challenge.
They have been taught by King’s students how to use MIT’s enRoads climate simulator in order to generate solutions to meet the Paris Climate Agreement’s target of a less than 2°C (and preferably below 1.5°C) rise in average global temperatures by the year 2100. Students worked in pairs, using the simulator, to deliver creative presentations to staff and student leaders at King’s. Their models included solutions such as carbon taxation, electrification of transport, and carbon capture technologies. Well done to all participants!