— CACOR Bulletins —
Luncheon dates and themes 2017 — bookmark
CACOR activities until end of the year
Weekly Website update notification is shown and explained.
CACOR Members contributing to CACOR Writers
Ian Whyte, CACOR member, announces the first issue of The Ecological Citizen.
Peter Brown, CACOR member, has received the 2017 Herman Daly Award for outstanding contributions to ecological economics.
His economic framework is already posted on this site. Read more…
Tribute to Canada on 150th birthday. Song “This is My Canada”
Émeric Proulx: winner of CACOR’s Award at Canada Science Fair 2017
Your Board of Directors for 2017
CACOR Youth Science Award 2017 Winner Announced
Did you Know, CACOR has these email groups you can join….
A Press release on our AGM was released by John Hollins to about 20 agencies.
Posted on 2017-05-23
Several members highly recommend… The Future of Humanity…
Peter Brown, McGill University and CACOR member makes a presentation to the United Nations General Assembly on the faulty and absurd Earth/Economic model and the need to radically revise economics as part of the requirement for harmony with nature.
Featured Image compliments of www.presentationmagazine.com
— Club of Rome —
Dr. Thomas Schauer – Director of Programme and Administration The Club of Rome
NewsFlash 2017-08 presents information about Club of Rome events, initiatives and publications.
Newsflash No 2017-2 presents information about Club of Rome events, initiatives and publications.
CACOR is affiliated with the Club of Rome, an international organization now based in Winterthur, Switzerland. The Club was founded in 1968 in Rome to address global concerns and their resolution. The Club coined the term “world problématique” to describe the complex of world problems needing attention. The group became known as The Club of Rome.
One of the earliest products produced for the Club of Rome was the landmark work Limits to Growth, which outlined the risks to the global system if there were no changes in the directions of human impact on the planet and its ecosystems. It is characterized by an holistic and systematic approach to these global concerns, rather than a more limited focus on particular components or symptoms.
The Club of Rome encourages global debate in order to set in motion actions which, by the middle of the century, will ensure a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world.