Since 2017[update], there have been 43 reports to the association.  These are peer-review studies commissioned by the Executive Committee or proposed by a member or group of members or by external individuals and institutions. The last one is Come On! Capitalism, the short term, the population and the destruction of the planet. In 1991, the Club released The First Global Revolution.  It analyzes the problems of humanity and calls them collectively or essentially “problems”. He notes that historically, social or political unity has often been motivated by enemies: “The need for enemies seems to be a common historical factor. Some states have tried to overcome internal failures and internal contradictions by blaming external enemies. The trick to finding a scapegoat is as old as humanity itself — if things get too difficult at home, you divert attention from adventures abroad. Gather the divided nation to face an external enemy, either a true one or a nation invented to its end. With the disappearance of the traditional enemy, the temptation is to use religious or ethnic minorities as scapegoats, especially those whose differences with the majority are worrying.  “Each state has been so accustomed to classifying its neighbours as a friend or an enemy that the sudden absence of traditional opponents has left governments and public opinion with a great void to fill.” We need to identify new enemies, introduce new strategies and develop new weapons.  “In search of a common enemy against which we can unite, we came to the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water scarcity, famine, etc., matched the bill. As a whole and in their interactions, these phenomena constitute a common threat that all must face together. But if we call these dangers enemies, we fall into the trap against which we have already warned readers, that is to say to misunderstand the symptoms of the causes.
All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes and can only be overcome by changes in attitudes and behaviours. The real enemy is then humanity itself.  Any story: Donald Trump`s United States is leaving the Paris climate agreement “There is a bit of a risk that some “fossil governments” will feel encouraged to leave the Paris Agreement, Weizs-cker acknowledges, “but technological trends are shifting toward decarbonization, making the sale of Polish coal or Saudi oil much less profitable.” The rewards that such fossil governments expect will be minimal and the penalties will be significant. They will be abandoned. The club has spawned its own Bilderberg-type plot and is considered by far-right websites such as Breitbart to be the “Gaia worship forum” of the world`s elite. Peccei`s concept of the problem was at the heart of the foundation of the association. According to him, it was humanity`s task – the destruction of the environment, poverty, endemic disease, urban sighs, crime – individually, isolated or doomed to failure as “problems that can be solved in its own words.” Everyone`s connected. “It is this widespread meta-problem (or meta-system of problems) that we have called and will continue to call the “problem” that is in our situation.” :12-13 The Club of Rome attracted a great deal of public attention with the first report to the Club, The Limits to Growth.  Computer simulations published in 1972 suggest that economic growth could not continue indefinitely due to resource depletion. The oil crisis of 1973 increased public concern about this problem. The report has sold 30 million copies in more than 30 languages, making it the best-selling environmental book in history.  Even before The Limits to Growth was published, Eduard Pestel and Mihajlo Mesarovic of Case Western Reserve University had begun working on a much more sophisticated model (it distinguished ten regions of the world and included 200,000 equations versus 1,000 in the Meadows model).