IAAC Open Lectures 2010/2011: Gunter Pauli

On Thursday, 12 May, IAAC welcomed Dr. Gunter Pauli for an open lecture in the IAAC Auditorium.

Dr. Gunter Pauli was born in Antwerp in 1956. He graduated with a degree in economics from Loyola’s University in Belgium and obtained his masters in business administration from INSEAD in France. He is the founder of the ZERI Foundations (Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives).

Dr. Pauli presented The Blue Economy which encourages innovation in production, consumption and habitability in order to create a world in which sustainability is fast, low cost, and available to everyone.

¨Laws of physics could guarantee the lack of failure¨ Gunter Pauli

The Blue Economy (The Green Economy 2.0) is an international community of companies, innovators and scientists providing open source access to develop, implement and share prosperous business models that strive to improve natural ecosystems and the quality of life for all. Gunter urged students to begin a new generation of thinkers and doers who aren’t afraid to answer questions that currently have no answers.

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