We are proud of each of our members: tirelessly working to transform society for the better, each in their own way.
This is what we do together:
Sometimes 1+1 is 3. While each YCOR member is impactful on their own, the meeting of minds often leads to bigger and better ideas and collaborations. All members offer their support to each other to make ideas and initiatives work. A selection of current projects can be found on this page. Feel free to connect […]
We have together set up a Buddy Program: a large part of the Young Club of Rome members is working with experienced seniors to strike a deal that will have positive impact. Ranging from writing an article together, to building a factory for 3D-printed houses. Find examples of topics they are working on below: YCOR […]
The wealth of experiences that our group harbours continuously enriches our thinking and informs our work. We often get together to develop our thinking further and aim to spread what we learn, as storytellers and in writing, to also use our knowledge and skills for the benefit of people outside our own group. The full […]
We share knowledge and insights with each other 24/7. Watch, read and learn with us as we share some highlights here.
“The art of standing still when the world is on fire – who can do that?” The weekend of June 5th, the Young Club of Rome invited a group of 15 young people to come to a stand still in primitive Dutch nature: the beautiful area of Roggebotstaete, in the province of Flevoland. Participants were […]
YCOR-member Vincent Kneefel launched a Kickstarter for his book Giants of the Caribbean. We all support him in his quest! Why? Let Vincent explain: “Over the last 10 years I have seen the oceans change with my own eyes. Mangrove forests and coral reefs, the nurseries for most ocean life, are under heavy distress. In […]
Young Club of Rome is an active community of talented, young, sustainable pioneers who are working to inspire change through tangible action.
We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. Don’t let yourself be lulled into inaction.- Bill Gates
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”- George Bernard Shaw
“Relax. Nothing is under control.”- Adi Da Samray