I pulled out the latest issue of Green Futures for a bit of light relief. It instantly lifted my mood as it reminded me just… how exciting sustainability issues can be.
Green Futures is the go-to magazine for lively and engaging debate on environmental solutions and sustainable futures.
It is described as a 'must read' by subscribers, which include business leaders, sustainability professionals, policy makers and students, with a keen eye on the world they want to live in.
Founded in 1996 by leading environmentalist Jonathon Porritt, it is published by the global sustainability non-profit Forum for the Future.
Every quarterly issue of the magazine offers news stories, features and comment on a range of topics, from clean energy and smart design, to food and finance in a changing world, reaching a print audience of 16,000.
Green Futures also publishes an acclaimed series of Special Editions, providing the opportunity to delve into topical subjects in greater depth than is possible in the quarterly magazine. The content is shaped in collaboration with sponsoring partners, who bring expertise, case studies and insight to the debate. They reach a wider print audience of 23,000 through distribution deals with global conferences and with other publications, such as Management Today or Brazil's Carta Capital.
Our online presence is growing rapidly. For the period Dec 2012 – 2013, the website received a total of 130,299 visits, a 12% increase on the previous year. 38% those visitors were from the UK, and 16% from the US, with the remainder spread around the rest of the world.
Green Futures is an independent magazine, published by Forum for the Future. Its editorial content does not necessarily reflect the views of Forum for the Future, its staff, or any of its partner organisations.