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“The problems of living beyond our means are not just environmental, however. To boost our economic output quickly enough, to satisfy the needs of big business, to create more jobs and to provide for the eight million people who are … Continue reading
This is an interesting blog entry from Mr. Ian Johnson, the Secretary General of the Club of Rome. Check out and share your thoughts on food security on the Swiss Re “Open Minds” blog.
Exactly one year ago, from 8th- 11th December 2012, the Club of Rome has invited 60 young and creative activists, artists, future thinkers, filmmakers, young scientists and members of international (youth) movements from all over the world to Winterthur. In … Continue reading
Yesterday was the official book launch of Ugo Bardi’s new Report to the Club of Rome, called “Plundering the Planet” in Switzerland: Plundering the Planet is the 33rd Report to the Club of Rome, signifying that it has been peer … Continue reading
Some very interessting taks by some friends and members of the Club of Rome at the TEDx in Maastricht: Graeme Maxton: “Nine Billion and Equality – radical new governance structures are needed” Gunter Pauli: “Change the Rules of the game” Jørgen … Continue reading
Please check out these two very interessting discussion papers by the Club of Rome: What do you think about them?