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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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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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tbp The bigger picture: How systems thinking helps to understand our world

The bigger picture: How systems thinking helps to understand our world. Systems put the different parts in interrelation with each other and consider feedback loops.To solve today’s challenges we have to look at the bigger picture, in systems. Would you like to know how? Then sign up and join us at the Impact Hub for this Inspire2Action on the 2nd October in Zürich. [...] read more

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"ValuesQuest" The “ValuesQuest” of the Club of Rome: the next step

Begun in March 2013, “ValuesQuest” arose from a discussion paper of the same name. Subtitled ‘the search for values which will make a world of difference’, the paper’s publication led to a series of events at a major UK festival of ideas and the programme was subsequently asked by the UN to contribute to the creation of its post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals programme. [...] read more

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The Greatest Adventure on Earth The Greatest Adventure on Earth

Life is a pure contradiction. It should not even exist. Actually, as far as we know, it did not exist for most of the time of the Universe and it does not exist elsewhere than on Earth. This makes it so much valuable. [...] 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