Earth4All on a national scale

Recognising that policy solutions must be tailored to the unique circumstances of each country and locality, Earth4All has embarked on national engagement strategies to champion and establish locally relevant policies aligned with our core messages.  This approach allows us to transform our ideas into tangible actions.

Our strategy involves collaborating closely with local partners who are responsible for the implementation on the ground. Stakeholders include research institutions, decision-makers, civil society organisations, and well-established think tanks that hold significant influence within their respective communities. Our approach places a strong emphasis on amplifying underrepresented voices, ensuring they are not only heard but also actively included in local implementations. Together, we focus on a set of specific goals designed to expedite progress across all five turnarounds.

The country level engagement is based on four pillars:


Analysis to determine the applicability of Earth4All principles within the unique context of each country, identifying opportunities and formulating policy recommendations related to the five extraordinary turnarounds.

Citizen engagement

Foster citizen participation in identifying local needs and priorities, forging alliances, and cultivating public engagement. This includes conducting surveys, organising citizen assemblies, and hosting workshops to ensure grassroots involvement.


Collaborate closely with decision-makers to champion our proposed policy solutions and actively contribute to their implementation.

Public outreach

Launch public campaigns through a blend of digital and offline strategies, encompassing media outreach and social media initiatives.

Led by the Austrian Chapter of the Club of Rome, the country-level engagement in Austria started in 2023. In July 2024, the consultative report Earth4All: Austria  was launched in Vienna, with the Austrian Federal Minister for Climate Action, Leonore Gewessler, in attendance. This report, led by the Austrian Chapter of the Club of Rome in collaboration with the Millennium Institute, examines the application of Earth4All on an Austrian scale.

In the lead-up to the report’s release, dedicated events and workshops for each turnaround were organised in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Climate Action. These events included key stakeholders such as UniNEtZ, the network of Austrian universities committed to advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the Climate Change Center Austria (CCCA).

To enhance the impact, the Austrian Chapter also forged partnerships with the Futurelab team of the Ars Electronica Center, the Klima Biennale Vienna, and other local event collaborators. Following the initial report, further comments and feedback will be incorporated, leading to the publication of the final version. 

Led by the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP), Kenya’s country-level engagement under Earth4All began in 2023 during Africa Climate Week. A year later, in June 2024, the culmination of this effort came with the launch of the report Earth4All: Kenya at the 7th KIPPRA Annual Regional Conference in Kisumu City, with President William Ruto in attendance. The report, a collaborative effort between PEP, the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), and the Millennium Institute, outlines strategic policy levers for what is envisioned as a “Kenyan Giant Leap.” This aims to assist the Kenyan Government in contextualising the five turnarounds towards eradicating poverty and achieving economic prosperity by 2050.  


The initiative started with an important involvement from stakeholders such as the National Treasury and Economic Planning, the SDGs Coordination Directorate, the University of Nairobi, the African Society for Ecological Economics, and climate youth activists. The Earth4All country-level engagement is committed to supporting the Kenyan Government in implementing these policy recommendations, thereby accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda, and Africa Agenda 2063. Additionally, PEP and KIPPRA convened a session to discuss the report with a broad spectrum of stakeholders, including officials from national and county governments, representatives of regional economic blocs, local and regional think tanks, development partners, civil society organisations, and other special interest groups. 

Led by the Wuppertal Institute, the German Earth4All engagement brings together a diverse team of experts and stakeholders to apply Earth4All principles within the German context. The Wuppertal Institute is conducting workshops and analysing country-specific data in preparation for the publication of book Earth for All Germany: Towards a Future for All set to be release in October 2024 by the publisher Oekom. While not a definitive blueprint, this book will lay the foundation for engaging citizens and stakeholders in the next phase of the project. 

Argentina also embarked on a national engagement journey under the leadership of the Club of Rome Argentina. Following the successful launch of the Earth4All book at the Buenos Aires Book Fair in May 2024, national engagement began in July 2024. An Earth4All Argentinian report, which will be informed by modelling, data results, and national and local workshops, is scheduled for release in March 2025.