• 6 January 2022

Five keys to shifting to sustainable growth – and the cost of inaction

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In 1972, the Club of Rome, an organization of thought leaders from around the world, published their first “Limits to Growth” report, a foundational text warning the world of the consequences of human activity on the health of the planet. In conversation with TED global curator Bruno Giussani, co-president of the Club of Rome Sandrine Dixson-Declѐve shares what we’ve learned in the 50 years since — and discusses the launch of Earth4All: an initiative aimed at focusing on five key areas that could enable humanity and the planet to thrive.

Have a look to this presentation on Youtube.

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