Conferences, seminars and public events are regularly organised by the Club of Rome and its National Associations. For more information please visit our events page.
A good way to learn more about the ongoing activities of the Club of Rome is to get in touch with a National Association of the Club or to attend a local event.
The Club of Rome is limited to around 100 active members. They are typically well-established and well-respected individuals in disciplines that are of relevance to the Club’s mission, such as social development, economics and environmental sustainability. Members include eminent scientists, business leaders, ex-politicians or retired heads of state. All share a common concern for the future of humanity.
Potential new members should be proposed by a current member to the Executive Committee. If you are interested in becoming a member and believe your background and experience would be of value of the Club, you should first contact an existing member.
The Club of Rome receives contributions from a wide range of international organisations, foundations and individuals from around the world. It also receives annual subscriptions from its members.