In the morning of 21st, vice secretary general of CBCGDF, director of the international committee of CBCGDF Frederick C. Dubee, and secretary general of the Club of Rome Graeme Maxton met in Shanghai. At the meeting they exchanged ideas on the issues about biodiversity conservation and green development. Deep collaboration was agreed by both sides after communication and discussion.
The Club of Rome is an organization of individuals who share a common concern for the future of humanity and strive to make a difference. Members are notable scientists, economists, businessmen, high level civil servants and former heads of state from around the world. Their efforts are supported by the Secretariat in Winterthur, Switzerland, the European Research Centre registered in Constance, Germany and National Associations in more than 30 countries. Secretary general of CBCGDF is the first member of the club in mainland China.
The Club of Rome conducts research and hosts debates, conferences, lectures, high-level meetings and events. The Club also publishes a limited number of peer-reviewed “Reports to the Club of Rome”, the most famous of which is “The Limits to Growth“.
The Club of Rome’s mission is to promote understanding of the global challenges facing humanity and to propose solutions through scientific analysis, communication and advocacy. Recognizing the interconnections of today’s global challenges, our distinct perspective is holistic, systemic and long-term.