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The Empty Sea

The Empty Sea

04 March 2021 - 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...

Integral Investing

Integral Investing

11 January 2021 - 90% of businesses 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...

Bildung – Keep Growing

Bildung – Keep Growing

17 June 2020 - Bildung – Keep Growing encourages us to rethink our approach to knowledge exchange, education and life-long learning as anchors for holistic economic and political development at the community, national and global levels. Bildung is a German concept...

Stewarding Sustainability Transformations

Stewarding Sustainability Transformations

12 February 2019 - In the context of the world’s pressing sustainability challenges, this new Report to the Club of Rome presents a novel approach to navigating collaborative change in partnerships between governments, research institutions, corporations and civil...

Sustainable Action: Overcoming the Barriers

Sustainable Action: Overcoming the Barriers

12 February 2019 - In this timely exploration of sustainable actions, Christian Berg unpacks the complexity in understanding the barriers we face in moving towards a sustainable future, providing solution perspectives for every level, from individuals to governments...

Transformation is Feasible

Transformation is Feasible

03 December 2018 - The dual adoption of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) together with the Paris Climate Agreement, both in 2015, represents a global turning point. We have never before had such a universal development plan for people and planet. For the...

Come On!

Come On!

12 February 2018 - Current worldwide trends are not sustainable. The Club of Rome’s warnings published in the book Limits to Growth are still valid. Remedies that are acceptable for the great majority tend to make things worse. We seem to be in a philosophical crisis....

A Finer Future

A Finer Future

12 February 2018 - Humanity is in a race with catastrophe. Is the future one of global warming, 65 million migrants fleeing failed states, soaring inequality, and grid-locked politics? Or one of empowered entrepreneurs and innovators building a world that works for...

The Circular Economy and Benefits for Society

The Circular Economy and Benefits for Society

31 March 2017 - "The Circular Economy and Benefits for Society: Jobs and Climate, Clear Winners in an Economy based on Renewable Energy and Resource Efficiency" is a study report drafted at the request of The Club of Rome. Its central theme is how to greatly enhance...

The Seneca Effect

The Seneca Effect

12 February 2017 - The essence of this book can be found in a line written by the ancient Roman Stoic Philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca: “Fortune is of sluggish growth, but ruin is rapid”. This sentence summarizes the features of the phenomenon that we call...

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