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The first presentation of the influential environmentalist book Limits to Growth was on March 1 in 1972 at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, four decades ago. The study was both hugely influential and hugely controversial, and the authors were quite … Continue reading
A video of Dennis Meadows, co-author of Limits to Growth, from the 2009 World Economic Forum meetings in Davos meeting where he reflects on economic growth, oil, and decline. via the Oil Drum
Dennis Meadows has been awarded the Japan Prize for his work on Limits to Growth. The Prize Committee writes: [he] served as Research Director for the project on “The Limits to Growth,” for the Club of Rome in 1972. Employing … Continue reading