Our vision is a “World in Balance.” We are a network of more than 200 organisations and community groups dedicated to the Global Marshall Plan initiative.
We create awareness of the countless problems facing our planet and actively work towards a global eco-social market economy, a world economy in which the economy is in harmony with culture, civil society and nature.


The year 2018 marks the 50 th Anniversary of the Club of Rome’s foundation on the 7 th April 1968. The Club’s million-fold bestselling first report “The Limits to Growth” has been followed by more than 40 subsequent reports, which have had deep impact on the emerging environmental movement and raised global awareness of the urgent need to rethink human activity on our planet.

The ocean has degraded within our lifetimes, as shown in the decreasing average size of fish. And yet, each time the baseline drops, we call it the new "normal." At what point do we stop readjusting downward?

Key to stay within the 2°C target. An Abstract by Franz Josef Radermacher

Parallel to the 23rd Conference of the parties from the 6th to the 17th November 2017 Plant-for-the-Planets's Ambassadors for Climate Justice from 45 Nations met for the 3rd Youth Summit in Bonn. Members of the Global Marshall Plan Initiative also partticipated.

As global warming exacerbates drought and floods, farmers’ incomes plunge – and girls as young as 13 are given away to stave off poverty.

Quite everybody at the conference feels confident: investments in Africa will help stepping up future collaborations. But who will be the profiteer in the end?

He did it. Donald Trump shocked the world by announcing to withdraw the US from the Paris climate agreement. What are the reactions and what are the consequences?

Germany's development minister Gerd Müeller wants a "Marshall Plan with Africa" to renew aid and fight the causes of mass migration at the same time.