Where do you go to grapple with the critical challenges of our time?
Where can you visualize the past trends and
future projections and make smarter decisions quicker?
Where do we gather to engage in the question
posed by Buckminster Fuller's World Game™:
How do we make the world work for 100% of
in the shortest possible time through
without ecological damage or disadvantage
50 years ago Buckminster Fuller designed
the world's largest geodesic dome for the US Pavilion at the 1967 World's Fair
in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He proposed putting the World Resources Simulation Center
inside to work on the global issues of hunger and poverty. Now the issues have
After demonstrating the SIMCenter in
San Diego, we have the opportunity to bring this project to Silicon Valley.
With sponsorship from the Sustainability Department of the City of Palo Alto, we
will demonstrate this immersive visualization facility that accelerates
collaboration and problem solving.
invitation with your colleagues in the San Francisco Bay area, and join us: August
14-17, 2017, in Palo Alto, CA
In Partnership for the Planet,