Climate change

In defence of (a bit of) doom and gloom

As Forum’s resident doomslinger, the recent #ClimateOptimism campaign inevitably provoked a defensive reaction from me. Especially as it arrived hot-on-the-heels of another event that challenged my pessimistic foundations.

Updating our Climate Risk Framework

In the summer of 2016, I blogged about Forum for the Future’s emerging thinking on climate risk and shared the first version of our ‘wedge-and-circle’ climate risk framework (which we use to build corp

Edible Fats and Oils

A global cross-sector collaboration aiming to shift the fats and oils sector onto a sustainable footing.

Corporate Climate Leadership

We’ve reached that time of year when Carbon Brief update their Carbon Countdown

Time for food companies to commit to carbon-restorative agriculture?

As our little planet lurches ever closer to 1.5°C, it looks increasingly likely that geoengineering of some kind of another will be required to, you know, preserve civilisation. 

Calling all Patriots

At Forum for the Future, we’re always scanning the horizon. So while last week’s election outcome was not a complete surprise, it nevertheless had us blinking to recognize our nation. 

Rethinking Oil and Gas Decommissioning in the North Sea

Consider these two statements:

1. Tens of billions of UK taxpayers’ pounds are going to be spent ripping out thriving ecosystems in the next few decades.  

Alternatively; 

Power Up Odisha

Optimising the delivery of 24x7 Power for All

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