“How do we make the world work for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time through spontaneous cooperation without ecological damage or disadvantage to anyone?”
Thirty Years Ago, Buckmister Fuller suggested that with all the interrelated global problems of our time; Population, Energy, Climate Change, Disease, Food, Water, etc. It is necessary to have one place where the best minds can visualize the scope of the worlds problems, and suggest solutions.
This is the concept that developed into the World Resource Simulation Center, a project of San Diego's own Global Energy Network Institute.
You are invited to attend this unique Month Long Event, September 7th -- September 30th, 2010. To be held in San Diego, at the NewSchool of Architecture & Design, 1249 F St., San Diego, CA 92101
Register NOW for each individual day:
Each Day will be structured for collaborative learning, presentations, and networking. Each week will deal with a different problem set; Energy and Water at the Local, State, National and Global scale and in the last week will offer solutions.
- Week One: Global Scenarios, Trends, and Projections.
- Week Two: National and State Directions
- Week Three: Southern California Stakeholders
- Week Four: Solutions, Energy, Water, Moving Forward
Register Here: http://wrsc.org/?page_id=1735
Remember, this is not a conference, but a working immersive environment designed to simulate the day to day work of the future WRSC. You will actively participate.
peter (at) geni.org