“No limits to Knowledge, but limits to Poverty”
The Club of Rome EU-Chapter (CoR-EU) aims to build bridges between the institutions of the European Union, EU Member State constituencies, EU citizens and the Club of Rome as a leading think tank at world level. Its mission is to act as a catalyst for reflection on sustainable development in Europe
This panel discussion aims at engaging university students, academics, civil society, private sector and policy-makers in a (...)
The New Economic Model: Circular Economy and Decoupling. Dr. Janez Potočnik Co-chair International Resource Panel (UNEP) (...)
• A global perspective, recognising the increasing inter-dependence of nations and regions.
• A holistic approach, seeking a deeper understanding of complex contemporary problems.
• An inter-disciplinary and long-term perspective, focused on the choices and policies determining the destiny of future generations.
Since its independence in 1947, India has made enormous (...)
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Bernard Lietaer, author, financial expert, and (...)
Since its independence in 1947, India has made enormous progress. More people than ever before have longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives. Rapid gains in agriculture, industry, energy (...)