Sustainable schools project boosts exam results

5 August, 2014 by Roger East

The pupil-friendly design of several Bristol schools has helped to increase the percentage of pupils gaining 5 A*-to-C grades.

Hilton, Marriott line up for TripAdvisor’s GreenLeaders scheme

4 August, 2014 by Heather Connon

More than 80% of travellers want their hotels to have environmentally-friendly practices, according to TripAdvisor, which is expanding a scheme to help them make greener choices.

Coca-Cola Enterprises reveals Recycling Challenge finalists

1 August, 2014 by Duncan Jefferies

Apps, social movements and customisable bins are among the eight short-listed ideas from CCE and’s 13-week challenge, which aims to increase recycling rates at home.

Prototyping the future

28 July, 2014 by James Goodman

James Goodman discusses where the practice of futures is heading next.

US Naval research team produces hydrocarbon fuel from seawater

24 July, 2014 by Amanda Saint

A new fuel production technique could allow ships to refuel at sea, provide natural gas and slow ocean acidification.

The future is curation, says Sally Uren

23 July, 2014 by Sally Uren

We now have an unprecedented capacity to bring people together and enable them to act – but we need skilled curators to help them see the big picture, says the CEO of Forum for the Future.

Businesses must lobby for long-term thinking, says Ian Cheshire

22 July, 2014 by Ian Cheshire

We aren’t only piling up sandbags, we are piling up costs – says Kingfisher’s Group Chief Executive.

Jonathon Porritt: “I first dreamed up the idea of Green Futures almost exactly 20 years ago…”

21 July, 2014 by Jonathon Porritt

At the heart of Green Futures has been a constant desire to celebrate innovation, says the magazine’s founder, Jonathon Porritt, looking back on the journey so far.

How we’ll transform more stories into action

17 July, 2014 by Anna Simpson

Anna Simpson, Editor of Green Futures, explains why we are seizing a new opportunity to connect future shapers across the world with crucial information about change.

Panasonic’s Power Supply Container brings electricity to remote Indonesian islands

15 July, 2014 by Anna Rice

A stand-alone photovoltaic power container is being trialled in an Indonesian school prior to a potential wider rollout in off-grid areas.


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Stimulating and very interesting.

David Gee, European Environment Agency