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Simonyi Center endorses Blue Economy Summer School

June 5, 2015 / Posted by News in News

The current and the permanently returning global economic and social crises suggest that usual handling of the problems does not provide long-term solutions. Scientists, researchers, politicians and social networks became aware of this situation and now are trying to work out models for the future.

The Alternative Economics Summer School is introducing these ideas to the participants and will discover some in-depth details behind the surface. Our aim is to establish a new way of thinking of the current and new generations of business professionals.

In 2012 the program will focus on the concept of the Blue Economy formed by Günter Pauli which is a radically new way of looking at business. The 100 models of different innovations were presented as a Report to the Club of Rome in 2009.

Read more here.

http://bess.ktk.pte.hu/the_blue_economy_concept

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