Club of Budapest
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The Club of Budapest is an international organization founded in 1993 by Ervin László to expand beyond the exclusively scientific purpose of The General Evolution Research Group to try to mobilize the full cultural resources of humanity to meet the future challenges.
The Club of Budapest is an informal association of creative people in art, literature, and culture.
It has branches in Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hawaii, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Samoa, Switzerland, Turkey, the United States and Venezuela. Its first global ambassador was Fiona Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Baroness Montagu of Beaulieu.
The philosophy of the club is based on the realization that the challenges that humanity is facing can only be overcome through the development of a global cultural consciousness. Like Greenpeace fights for ecological issues, UNICEF for children, and Amnesty International for human rights, the Club of Budapest stands for global consciousness.
Franz Alt, Helga Breuninger, Suheil Bushrui, Gustavo Correa, Ruediger Dahlke, Gedeon Dienes, Steve Dillenburg, Peter Eigen, Duane Elgin, Peter Engberg, Shamil Fattakhov, Barbara Gaughen, Ludwig Gebhard, Rosi Gollmann, Xokonoschtletl Gomora, Lucile W. Green, Peter Hesse, Jaleh Joubine-Khadem, Jurriaan Kamp, Amod Kanth, George Kibedi, Lola Kristof, Maryem Le Saget, Angaangaq Lyberth, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Avon Mattison, Joannie Misrack, Nitamo Montecucco, Hans-Jürgen Müller, Zev Naveh, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Marcia Odell, Gunter Pauli, Nicanor Perlas, Kambiz Poostchi, Michel Random, Paul H. Ray, Christiane Röderer, Bibi Russell, Celia Russo, Elizabeth Sahtouris, Vinay Sansi, Gerhard Schweter, Akio Shoji, Surjo R. Soekadar, Richard Tarnas, Jane Taylor, Deepti Tewari, Aleandro Tommasi, Ludwig Tuman, Herman van Veen, Herman Wijffels, Bernd Weikl, Nancy Wimmer, Georg Winter, Aguida Zanol