The first global revolution: a report by the Council of the Club of Rome
Pantheon Books, 1991 - Business & Economics - 259 pages
A blueprint for the 21st century, this report by the Club of Rome sets forth a strategy for world survival at the onset of the first global revolution on a small planet we seem hellbent to destroy. With conclusions that are even more far-reaching that those of its Limits to Growth report 20 years ago, this new global revolution comes into being amid social, economic, technological, and cultural upheavals, and calls for an all-out attack on world crises.
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