Signs of Change e-conference
The first decade of the 21st Century has confirmed the warnings of the previous fifty years - the historical development path is not sustainable. Air, water, energy, soils, forests, fish... over exploitation enabled by new technology and emboldened by new economies has brought the world's resources, ecosystems, and even the climate to the tipping point. The benefits of profligate energy use, new technology and economic growth are obvious, but the cost is degradation of social fabric and environmental viability. But change is happening.
The Signs of Change Conference will show-case examples of fundamental change in a wide variety of contexts.
For more information visit the Signs of Change e-conference website here.