- Forum for the Future is a non-profit organisation working globally with business and government to create a sustainable future.
- We have 15 years’ experience inspiring new thinking, building creative partnerships and developing practical innovations to change our world.
- We aim to transform the critical systems that we all depend on, such as food, energy and finance, to make them fit for the challenges of the 21st century … (about 1/2).
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About 2/2: … Over the past 15 years, Forum for the Future has:
- changed the debate about sustainable business by highlighting the opportunities it offers, and been instrumental in altering the way leading companies operate – from Aviva to Unilever;
- trained thousands of leaders, across society, through our master classes and Masters Programme, so they are knowledgeable about sustainable development and equipped to face the global challenges like climate change and shortages of vital resources;
- promoted long-term thinking and created shared, positive visions of tomorrow with businesses, government and NGOs, through our ground-breaking futures and scenarios work;
- sparked innovation of new products, services and business models that will make our world more sustainable.
However, in spite of our achievements and in spite of overwhelming scientific evidence, the challenge of increasing well-being within environmental limits is more acute than ever. Tackling global problems through small or isolated initiatives just won’t deliver change at a speed or on a scale we need.
We now want to transform the complex systems which serve our fundamental needs – such as food, energy and finance – so that they are fit for the 21st Century. And to do this, we are putting ‘systems innovation’ at the heart of our new strategy.
We will focus, initially, on three critical global systems that underpin our lives and the prospects for sustainability: energy, food, finance.
We believe that by understanding the dynamics of these systems, bringing together organisations playing key roles, and intervening at strategic tipping points, we’ve got a much better chance of transforming them so they function in a new and more sustainable way.
We share the lessons from our work widely so that many others all over the world can become more sustainable. We seek to inspire them – and the wider public – with our vision of a green, fair and prosperous world … (full text about Forum for the Future.org).