The shifting sands that welcome the Sustainable Development Goals

The Pope’s recent invitation to social activist Naomi Klein to join his forthcoming high-level environment conference is an indicator of the shifting sands which define the historical role

Learning how to lead

Fran Micallef was on Forum's Leadership for Sustainable Development Masters course in 2014-15.

What hails for the Asian Century?

Sustainability leadership will be essential to help manage the economic and resource pressures of a rapidly growing Asia, says Forum's Asia Pacific executive director Stephanie Draper.


Bringing the long view into today's actions

As Forum for the Future prepares to launch a major new futures platform this week, our Director of Futures, James Goodman, explains why we must always keep an eye on the long view.


A pioneer's path

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give" - Winston Churchill

Last week I had the privilege of interviewing someone who is doing just that.

Testing the water

A systems approach to sustainable water movement

Leading with honesty

We British are renowned for our politeness. So often we end up skirting around important topics, trying not to offend, rather than speaking plainly and getting our message across properly. In the past, I relished working in Australia where people aren’t afraid of saying it how it is.

Five tips to help green executives become more resilient

Sustainability leaders will only deliver on their goals if they look after themselves, warns Forum for the Future’s deputy chief executive, Steph Draper.

From UN associate to global innovation consultant

Menka Sanghvi explains why collaboration is at the heart of her work, and how approaches to innovation differ in the public and private sector.

Getting it together

Together with our partners, we spent September 2014 sharing, exploring and inspiring stories of how collaboration can take us further, faster, than going solo ever could