We can emerge from emergency to a world which benefits all species,
within planetary boundaries and leaving no one behind
Promoting an understanding of the global challenges facing humanity
The Club of Rome Impact Hubs harness the diversity of the Club’s activities and perspectives, of its members and the ecosystem which they belong. They serve as a creative impact space where Club of Rome members, associations and partners share transformational thought leadership and co-design solutions for impact.
The “Blue Economy” is used to describe all of the economic activities related to the sea, with a special emphasis on sustainability. Traditional activities such as fisheries, but also undersea mining, tourism, and scientific research are included, as well as the...
The Club of Rome is very sad learning about the passing of Mr. Robert Heuberger at the blessed age of 99 years. His family, Winterthur and the world are losing a great friend. The Club of Rome was greatly privileged enjoying Robert Heubergers friendship and generosity...
90% of employment and 55% of global GDP are generated by Small and Medium Enterprises. Yet, they belong to some of the most neglected parts of the economy. Moreover, investors and entrepreneurs find themselves in a dilemma in which they must choose between profit and...
Lack of clarity on which economic activities truly benefit the climate is hampering capital allocation and enabling greenwashing, argue Sandrine Dixson-Declève (Co President, The Club of Rome) and Johan Rockström (Director, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact...
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We are mobilizing to save Emanuel Faber and his regenerative practices at Danone. You can be part of this. The fight now raging at Danone is not only over the employment of one man, it is over the soul of the corporate world. All of us who care should shift our own investments into companies that foster social and environmental values. We must call out predatory activist investors and boards.
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