In-depth: ‘Limits to Growth’ – 50 years on, what have we learnt?

ENDS Europe looks at why it took half a century for political leaders to start taking scientists’ warnings seriously in the ‘Limits to Growth’.

by Claudia Delpero
An annual meeting of the Club of Rome, which published the Limits to Growth in 1972, in Berlin. Photo: Rogge/ullstein bild via Getty Images
An annual meeting of the Club of Rome, which published the Limits to Growth in 1972, in Berlin. Photo: Rogge/ullstein bild via Getty Images

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