By Dana Villasenor The international Wellbeing Economy Alliance defines a “Wellbeing Economy” as an economy that focuses “on meeting fundamental needs and, by getting things right the first …
A few days before the next climate conference COP27 in Sharm-El-Sheik, this year’s World Economic Outlook of the International Energy Agency was published.
Hannes Swoboda discusses the measures of the new report to the Club of Rome and underlines their urgency for a quick implementation.
Once the new report is published, our goal is to disseminate its contents and continue to work with the insights it provides.
Today, another report to the Club of Rome is available in bookstores and online: a survival guide for humanity – certainly also urgently needed.
in Austria an in Regions At the beginning of September 2022, two projects were launched that currently form the core of the “Wellbeing-Project “. In the …
The two-day workshop at the Ars Electronica Festival University applied the methods developed in the “Wellbeing: Progress Beyond Growth” project.
50 years after “Limits to Growth”, a new report is published that tries to give a positive outlook despite all the problems. Earth4All is the name of the new work and will be published at the end of August. We will present it in Linz.
Dr. Michael Losch kindly summarized his talking points for the panel discussion of the event “Energy transition for all” on June 15th 2022. The Club …
We asked our two keynote speakers, Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Nebojsa Nakicenovic and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, to give an outlook with respect to the upcoming event “Energy transition for all” – How much energy for a net zero economy? on 15. June 2022.