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Graeme Maxton, new Secretary General of the Club of Rome Club of Rome appoints new Secretary General

Graeme Maxton has been appointed as the new Secretary General of the Club of Rome. He replaces Ian Johnson who retires on 1st November 2014. [...] read more

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Stop Ebola Club of Rome General Assembly calls for stronger coordination and resource mobilization in response to the Ebola crisis

At the Annual Conference of the Club of Rome in Mexico City on October 16th and 17th, the participants voiced strong concerns about the Ebola tragedy and noted that stronger coordination and resource mobilization is needed in response to the current crisis. [...] read more

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Decoupling Leverage Points Decoupling Human Wellbeing from Resource Consumption

The Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy and the Club of Rome (CoR) organized from 27th to 29th August a workshop that examined the possibilities of Decoupling Human Wellbeing from Resource Consumption. [...] read more

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Club of Rome India October 30-31: Indian National Association organizes Global Conference on Food Security

The Indian National Association for the Club of Rome is organising a two day Global Conference themed ‘Securing Food for All – Critical Need for Coherence in Policies and Action” [...] read more

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LtG was right The Limits to Growth was right

The British national daily newspaper “The Guardian” states that new reserach from the University of Melbourne confirms that the “book’s forecasts are accurate, 40 years on. If we continue to track in line with the book’s scenario, expect the early stages of global collapse to start appearing soon.” [...] read more

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Is the Planet Full Is the Planet Full? – Now out in hardback

Leading academics tackle the question of how to manage the world’s burgeoning population in a new book now published by Oxford University Press. “Is the Planet Full?” explores the impacts of population growth and examines whether our planet can support the demands of the ten billion people anticipated to be the world’s population by the middle of this century. [...] read more