En-ROADS was created by Climate Interactive, the MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative, and Ventana Systems. It is based on research originally conducted in the mid 1990s at MIT, and has been developed by a partnership of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Ventana Systems, and Climate Interactive. The lead modeler at Climate Interactive is Dr. Lori Siegel and at Ventana Systems, Dr. Thomas Fiddaman, whose 1997 MIT doctoral dissertation forms the foundation of the carbon cycle and climate sector. Professor John Sterman of MIT Sloan oversees the modeling science.

The En-ROADS development team currently consists of: 

  • Bindu Bhandari, Climate Interactive
  • Cassandra Breeze Ceballos, Climate Interactive
  • Linda Cheung, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Tom Fiddaman, Ventana Systems
  • Todd Fincannon, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Travis Franck, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Jack Homer, Homer Consulting
  • Ellie Johnston, Climate Interactive
  • Andrew Jones, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Charles Jones, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Florian Kapmeier, Reutlingen University
  • Stephanie McCauley, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Phil Rice, Climate Interactive
  • Caroline Reed, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Juliette Rooney-Varga, U-Mass Lowell
  • Dr. Elizabeth Sawin, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. Lori Siegel, Climate Interactive
  • Dr. John Sterman, MIT System Dynamics Group
  • Yasmeen Zahar, Climate Interactive