Una terra per tutti – Earth for All in Italian

The Italian edition of Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity will be available in bookstores as of 25 November 2022.

Published by Edizioni Ambiente, it will be launched on 28 November 2022 as a special Aurelio Peccei Lecture. Aurelio Peccei founded The Club of Rome in 1968, who then went on to commission The Limits to Growth. This was the first report to The Club of Rome and the first book to model our planet’s interconnected systems and make clear that if growth trends in population, industrialisation, resource use and pollution continued unchanged, we would reach and then overshoot the carrying capacity of the Earth at some in the 21st Century. 

Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity builds on the legacy of The Limits to Growth and the Planetary Boundaries frameworks and presents five extraordinary turnarounds to achieve prosperity for all within planetary limits in a single generation. It presents the results of new global modeling which has been used to explore the policies likely to deliver the most good for the majority of people, combined with the expertise and input of prominent economists and scientists from around the world.  

Sandrine Dixson-Declève, co-president of The Club of Rome and coauthor of Earth for All, will give a special lecture to talk about the significance of the findings and the action we need to take now. 

Aurelio Peccei Lecture 2022 – Una Terra per tutti. Una guida alla sopravvivenza dell’umanità” 

28 November 2022 

1000 – 1230 CET  

Presso il Consiglio Nazionale per l’Economia e il Lavoro (CNEL) 

Villa Lubin, Viale Davide Lubin 2, Roma, Italy 


The event will be in Italian.

Chairperson: Monica Paternesi, journalist, economy/finance editor in chief, ANSA. 

Opening remarks will be given by Tiziano Treu, CNEL president, Diva Tommei, President Fondazione Aurelio Peccei, Marcella Mallen or Pierluigi Stefanini, President ASviS and a representative of WWF Italy. 

Aurelio Peccei Lecture 2022 Sandrine Dixson-Declève

Panel discussion with Enrico Giovannini (Scientific Director ASviS and member of The Club of Rome), Chiara Saraceno (past professor of Sociology, University of Turin, honorary fellow Collegio Carlo Alberto), Linda Laura Sabbadini (Director Dep. Statistics Methods and Technologies of the Statistics Information, ISTAT) tbc, Ugo Bardi (past professor chemistry-physics University of Florence and member Club of Rome) and Gianfranco Bologna (Honorary president Scientific Community WWF Italy, secretary general Aurelio Peccei Foundation and member of The Club of Rome).

The event has been organised by the Aurelio Peccei Foundation, Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile (ASviS), WWF Italy and hosted by CNEL.  

Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity was published in English and German in September 2022 and published in Italian and Japanese in November 2022.  

The Italian edition is available to order through Edizioni Ambiente.

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