Exploring our Climate Future with EN-ROADS

As climate change and its harmful effects accelerate, so too does the urgency for effective climate action. Learn how various climate policy solutions work to stabilize the climate and how they impact sustainability, justice, trade, energy, and income disparity. Join this interactive climate policy workshop using MIT Sloan School’s EN-ROADS Climate Policy Simulator to explore our current climate trajectory, how recent legislation has improved our long-term outlook, and how Maine — the only state in the world’s largest economy with both senators on the bipartisan Senate Climate Solutions Caucus — can lead the nation and world in advocating a stabilized climate and a sustainable future. 

Peter Dugas is the Maine State Coordinator for Citizens Climate Lobby, a nonpartisan grassroots organization focused on effective and equitable climate solutions. He serves as the liaison to the office of Senator Angus King (ME-I), is an EN-ROADS Climate Ambassador, and is a long-time advocate for finding climate change solutions. He earned a degree in Physics and Engineering from Brown University and lives and works in Portland, Maine.


Mar 15 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Maggie Somers