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

Net Positive: how a new frame on sustainability can drive the outcomes we need

Committing to a Net Positive approach can enable your business to develop a leading strategy that robustly responds to the SDGs and Paris Agreement, and sets it on a path to long-term value creation. Joining the NPP community brings its additional, unique benefits, including the opportunity to tap into insights from those leading the Net Positive agenda today, and thrive off members’ energy and optimism.

Future Proofing Linen

Realising the need for transformation in an uncertain value chain.

What 2016 teaches 2017 about corporate sustainability

Two months into 2017 and most of us are far less clear about what this year might mean for corporate sustainability than we were at the start of 2016, when the seismic shocks that rocked the political landsc

All change for corporate sustainability?

“We’re a nation of immigrants whose diverse backgrounds, ideas and points of view have helped us build and invent as a nation for over 240 years.”

Turning 20 in 2016, and why we all need a manifesto for 2017

At Forum for the Future, we started 2016 feeling pretty optimistic. This year we turned 20, and we could point to a lot of firsts in those two decades.

Malawi female chief annuls 850 child marriages and sends girls back to school

'Whether you like it or not, I want these marriages to be terminated’, Theresa Kachindamoto, the appointed Chief of Malawi since 2003, told the 900,000 population of the Dedza District, Central Malawi.

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. 

Activating Purpose – A Malaysian Perspective

Last week saw the second Sustainable Brands conference hosted in Kuala Lumpur, focusing on the theme of activating purpose. Purpose – possibly one of the most over-used and broadly defined words out there right now.

The Net Positive Principles

Most people want their positive impacts to outweigh the negative – to leave the world a better place for future generations. We think organizations should have that attitude as well.


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