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Clubul de la Roma si Romanii

he Romanian Association for the Club of Rome (ARCoR) is a non governmental and apolitical organization. ARCoR shares the Club of Rome's (CoR) concern for humankind's future and is built upon its most important concepts, such as:
• the need for global thinking and local action;
• the importance of long term thinking;
• the need to advance global action and to address the world problematique.
1. Disseminate CoR's ideas and projects at the level of the Romanian society
2. Encourage regional cooperation in the spirit of CoR's innovative solutions
3. Organize studies and debates with respect to current major national issues, to provide solutions and encourage the development of prospective studies
4. Actively involve Romanian NGO as partners in ARCoR's programs
5. Encourage the participation of the young in ARCoR's activities
6. Increase the cooperation with CoR associations through common projects and events.
n reaching its objectives, the Romanian Association for the Club of Rome will organize international meetings; will participate, through its members and representatives, in different events; and will edit periodic publications and scientific papers.
Mugur Isarescu

Vice Presidents
Mircea Malitza
Nicolae Danila
Petru Rares
Teodor Melescanu
Sergiu Celac

Secretary General
Calin Georgescu

Executive Director
Mugur Tolici
• Lucian-Liviu Albu
• Valentin Alexandrescu
• Bogdan Andreescu
• Ecaterina Andronescu
• Anton Anton
• Daniel Barbu
• Cezar Birzea
• Constantin Bostina
• Gheorghe Buliga
• Razvan Buzatu
• Sergiu Celac
• Traian Chebeleu
• Cornel Codita
• Florian Colceag
• Emil Constantinescu
• Mircea Cosea
• Octavian Cretu
• Daniel Daianu
• Nicolae Danila
• Eugen Dijmarescu
• Petru Dumitriu
• Nicolae Ecobescu
• Alexandru Ene
• Valeriu Franc
• Calin Georgescu
• Ioan Dan Gheorghiu
• Radu Gratian Ghetea
• Dinu Giurescu
• Traian Gomoiu
• Alexandru Grumaz
• Ionel Haiduc
• Cristian Hera
• Emil Hurezeanu
• Ion Iliescu
• Marius Iosifescu
• Mugur Isarescu
• Valentin Lazea
• Aureliu Leca
• Mircea Malita
• Solomon Marcus
• Andrei Marga
• Teodor Melescanu
• Radu Melescanu
• Nicolae Micu
• Ana Maria Mihaescu
• Virginia Mircea
• Alexandru Mironov
• Roxana Moldovan
• Octavian Morariu
• Misu Negritoiu
• Silviu Negut
• Alexandru Niculescu
• Gabriel Niculescu
• Varujan Pambuccian
• Nicolae Panin
• Ioan Mircea Pascu
• Catalin Pauna
• Napoleon Pop
• Cristian Popa
• Dan Dumitru Popescu
• Remus Pricopie
• Ionut Purica
• Radu Cristian Radut
• Petru Rares
• Petre Roman
• Ioan Rus
• Jan Sadlak
• Marius Sala
• Ana-Maria Sandi
• Vasile Secares
• Madlen Serban
• Ilie Serbanescu
• Virgil Stoenescu
• Gelu Teodorescu
• Ion Tiriac
• Mugur Tolici
• Gabriela Tudor
• Angheluta Vadineanu
• Adrian Vasilescu
• Dan Voiculescu

About Club of Rome
he Club of Rome was founded in April 1968 by Aurelio Peccei, an Italian scholar and industrialist, and Alexander King, a Scottish scientist. The Club of Rome raised considerable public attention with its report The Limits to Growth, which has sold 30 million copies in more than 30 translations making it the best selling environmental book in world history. Published in 1972, it predicted that economic growth could not continue indefinitely because of the limited availability of natural resources, particularly oil. The 1973 oil crisis increased public concern about this problem.
t that time the Club of Rome had an informal 'inner group' of six, but no corporate existence. The inner group consisted of:
• Aurelio Peccei (click here for more information)
• Alexander King
• Hugo Thiemann, Director of the Batelle Institute in Geneva
• Max Kohnstamm (Netherlands), former Secretary General of the ECSC
• Jean Saint-Geours, Ministry of Finance in Paris
• Erich Jantsch, author of 'Technological Forecasting'
t is composed of "scientists, economists, businessmen, international high civil servants, heads of state and former heads of state from all five continents who are convinced that the future of humankind is not determined once and for all and that each human being can contribute to the improvement of our societies."
n 2001 the Club of Rome created the tt30, a Young Think Tank with people around the age of 30, a Think Tank that gives input to the Club of Rome on the ideas and visions of the young generation of today.
here are national COR associations in a series of nations including many European, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Asian nations. These analyze national problems in terms of the same factors and give advice nationally to decision-makers.

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