The Club of Rome isan organization of individuals who share a common concern for the future of humanity and strive to make a difference. Our members are notable scientists, economists, entrepreneurs and community influencers, high level civil servants and former heads of state from around the world. Our mission is to promote understanding of the global challenges facing humanity and to propose solutions through scientific analysis, communication and advocacy.
2019 in Estonia was for elections to the local and also European Parliament. Among other activities, EstCoR is continuing active participation in discussions about the strategies 2035, initiated by the Prime Minister’s bureau in Estonia (see Terk, Gallagher) and strategy 2050.
50+ thinkers from different fields and various backgrounds of expertise are united under the umbrella of the Estonian branch of the Club of Rome today. Among us are two Prime ministers, several members of the Parliament, a MEP, ministers, and chancellors followed by the next generation. EstCoR is ready to support our government and leaders though changing times.
Club of Rome is uniting thinkers around the Globe. The Estonian Association for the Club of Rome (EstCor or ERK in Estonian) is focused on the issues that are connected to the global changes but could be influenced locally. This defines the languages used for our web page – we are aimed to change the minds locally, using our own language – Estonian, at the same time holding the pulse on connectivity in English. Please contact us if you are in the circle defined by CoR or SDG.
Register to our meetings or correspondence with the EU Group if you feel that your thoughts can help in growth that has no limits – sustainable smarts developing in ways that we have called “ecosystemic”.
EstCoR is a full member of EEB – the Europe’s largest network of environmental citizens’ organizations. EstCoR is hoping to strengthen the ties with other international networks that support our goals.
EEB brings together around 150 civil society organizations from more than 30 European countries. EEB stands for sustainable development, environmental justice & participatory democracy.
The anniversary of the CoR 50 is celebrated by Estonian delegation’s participation of the General Assembly of CoR in October 2018. In addition, the jubilee was marked in Estonia with a special yearbook ERKAR (abbreviation from our name and yearbook) “Mõõt või meelevald” (The Measure or the World of Mind) and with the international conference. The yearbook consists of the articles from 20+ authors, the topics of which are framed with the ideas of the CoR report 2018 Come on! The authors are representing various ideas about the future of Estonia in the global context.
The 50th anniversary of the CoR is celebrated in Estonia with a special yearbook “Mõõt või meelevald” (The Measure or the World of Mind) and with the international conference. The yearbook consists of the articles from 20+ authors, the topics of which are framed with the ideas of the CoR report 2018 Come on! The authors are representing various ideas about the future of Estonia in the global context.
The yearbook 2018 is supported by the Estonian Ministry of the Environment*, the Estonian Society for Nature Conservation, and private donators.
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*Estonia was holding the presidency of UNEA 4 in March 2019. Location - Nairobi, Kenia.