Economic Models for International Peace & Climate Safety (Past)

Clarify Transnational Problems Preventing World Progress & What to Do

Dear Friend of Earth & Humanity, 

  • Global wars and conflict are proliferating along with systems for mass destruction and autonomous killing machines run by artificial intelligence. 
  • Global wars have destroyed climate safety progress and are absorbing the resources need for the transition to a sustainable planet.
  • Fossil fuel production is increasing, leading to +2oC by 2050, and +4oC by 2100 – an uninhabitable world.  
  • You are cordially invited to a Zoom meeting to explore Economic Models for International Peace & Climate Safety. 
  • Please share this invitation with members of Rotary, the United Nations Association, other NGOs, United Nations personnel, and all working for a better world for all life on Earth. 
  • Share this invitation with colleagues.
  • Join us on January 22.
  • You can see the document we will use here.
  • Register here for free. 




    Sanford Hinden

    Dix Hills, New York, United States of America

    I work to create political and economic transformation for wisdom and wellbeing on Earth.

    Christophe Claude


    my hunger for action to fight climate change

    Jamie Trevino

    Lancaster, Pennslyvania, USA

    My drive for the redesign of economic systems and measurements in support of human and ecological

    harshit munjal


    To learn ways which can be implemented in business context to make the products and offering greener.

    Ellen Williams

    Isle of Wight

    To learn more about the applications of Doughnut Economic theory in industry such as construction.

    Ronan Taylor

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States o...

    I believe doughnut economics offers the most realistic and achievable vision for an environmentally friendly economy.

    Chris Ayyildiz

    Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

    I aim to bring the doughnut to more cities including Aberdeen to improve our quality of life across the board.

    Caroline Whyte

    Cluny, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France

    I hope I can contribute to discussions and learn from others about how a global Doughnut might develop.


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