The System Change Compass Resources

Following on from A System Change Compass: Implementing the European Green Deal in a time of recovery (2020), the International System Change Compass – The Global Implications of Achieving the European Green Deal (2022) report details how the EU can reshape its trade, investment and political relationships with low- and lower-middle income countries for an equitable transition in a globalised world. Here you will find a range of resources relating to both reports.

International System Change Compass Slide Deck (animated) downloadable [.pptx – 7MB]
International System Change Compass overview – animation (1:12 min) for use on social media and presentations etc.


The EU cannot be a green island in a dirty world

by Heather Grabbe

Financial Times ( May 17 2022)

Why we need some long-term thinking at Davos

by Janez Potočnik

BusinessGreen (January 17th, 2023)

Current EU commitments on the European Green Deal too narrow in scope

by Sandrine Dixson-Declève

L’Osservatore Romano ( April 6, 2023)


COP27, Sharm El Sheikh

Transformational economics meets transformational leadership: Pathways to emergence from emergency.

OECD, Paris

Reshaping global relationships with the European Green Deal.


A range of political and civic leaders have endorsed the International System Change Compass. These testimonials can be downloaded or embedded for promotional purposes.

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About the Partners

The Club of Rome is a platform of diverse thought leaders who identify holistic solutions to complex global issues and promote policy initiatives and action to enable humanity to emerge from multiple planetary emergencies.
The Open Society European Policy Institute is the EU policy and advocacy branch of the Open Society Foundations network, based in Brussels. It works to influence and inform decision-making on EU laws, policy, funding, and external action to maintain and promote open societies in Europe and beyond.
SYSTEMIQ was founded in 2016 to drive the achievement of the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, by transforming markets and business models in four key economic systems: Regenerative land use, circular materials, clean energy and sustainable finance. A certified B-Corp, SYSTEMIQ combines high-level research with high-impact, on-the-ground work, and partners with business, finance, policy-makers and civil society to deliver change.
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