FIRST CLUB OF ROME SUMMER ACADEMY 2017

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Challenging an Unsustainable Economic System

Vacancy: Associate Project & Communications Manager (traineeship)

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Collision Course: Endless Growth on a Finite Planet

The notion of ever-expanding economic growth has been promoted so relentlessly that “growth” is now entrenched as the natural objective of collective human effort. The public has been convinced that growth is the natural solution to virtually all social problems – poverty, debt, unemployment, and even the environmental degradation caused by the determined pursuit of growth.

ASEAN’s Next Economic Revolution

Club of Rome Fellow Chandran Nair recently attended the World Economic Forum’s ASEAN meeting in Phnom Penh. In an article for the meeting, Chandran takes a look at the region’s past development and the challenges ahead.

Presentation of COME ON! in Zaragoza

The Co-President of the Club of Rome Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker presented the upcoming Club of Rome Report COME ON! in Zaragoza, Spain, on May 4th.

Club of Rome members participate at Rome Symposium on Climate Change 2017

The second Rome Symposium on Climate Change “The World at a Turning Point: Concerted Action for a Stable Climate, Sustainable Human Progress and Peace” took place between 3-5 September. Several Club of Rome members, including Frederick Dubee, Ian T. Dunlop, and Graeme Maxton contributed to the event.

Solving the Human Sustainability Problem in Short-Termist Societies

Club of Rome Secretary Graeme Maxton and Club of Rome Member Jorgen Randers have published an article in the “Journal of Population and Sustainability”. Below you can find the abstract and the link to the article.

“Watershed: Replenishing Water Values for a Thirsty World” Conference at the Vatican on 22 March 2017

On March 22nd, World Water Day 2017, Pope Francis will inspire a global conversation. His address from the Vatican will help shift how the world values and understands its single most precious resource: water.

Pioneer in Computer Models and former Club of Rome member Jay W. Forrester dies at 98

It is with great sadness that the Club of Rome has learnt of the passing away of our former Member Jay W. Forrester.