News & Insights Thought Leadership Catalogue Explore thought leadership pieces from across our work. 2022 September The Business Times: Data meets fashion and falls short. Forum's Senior Sustainability Strategist, Karen Sim, reflects on the Higg Index (article behind a paywall). The Business Times: Go for deep transformation, beyond shallow transition. Forum's Director of Global Programmes, Caroline Ashley, reflects on shallow vs. deep transformation, as part of our strategy launch. edie: Discontinuity, complexity and competing priorities: Today’s sustainability trends and challenges. Hannah Pathak, Forum’s Director of UK/Europe, analyses the key sustainability trends disrupting society right now, and how businesses can respond to them. BCTI: Time to think and act differently to create a ‘just and regenerative’ future and tackle inequality. Forum's CEO Dr Sally Uren reflects on the how and why behind building a just and regenerative future. August Sustainable Brands: Four things we must get right to truly transform the US agriculture system. Forum's Director of Global Systems Change Programmes, Caroline Ashley, writes about our work on Growing our Future USA. BusinessGreen: Making the most of a crisis: reinventing value chains. Forum's Associate Director of Sustainable Value Chains and Livelihoods, Charlene Collison, explores how companies can improve theresilience of their value chains in preparation for a volatile climate. July Intergenerational Foundation: Becoming good ancestors. In this opinion piece, Forum’s co-founder, Jonathon Porritt, shares what it takes for today's generation to become better ancestors. June Hindustan Times: Why RE must try to be responsible energy too. In this opinion piece, Forum’s Associate Director – India, Anna Biswas, and Bharath Jairaj from the World Resources Institute, share insights from the Responsible Energy Initiative India. BusinessGreen: In her latest column, Forum’s Chief Executive, Dr Sally Uren, explores why a shift in mindsets is needed to build a just and regenerative future. May Asian Agribiz: Forum's Associate Director Lesley Mitchell speaks on Protein Challenge Southeast Asia, touching on a wide range of issues including: Spotlight on environment, climate in livestock production Visionaries can build resilience in animal protein industry Producers must consider changing consumer behavior Opportunities for SE Asia's animal protein producers Channel NewsAsia: Green Plan Challenge - Episode 5 Green Economy. What can Singaporeans do to help bolster the green economy? Ariel Muller, Forum’s Managing Director in Asia, shares her expertise with aspiring changemakers in this hackathon. Eco-Business: Amid frenzied competition in alternative protein sector, hemp-based meat startup claims soy gives men 'man boobs'. Forum's Principal Sustainability Strategist Madhumitha Ardhanari gives her take on what it takes for a transition to plant-based diets to be truly resilient in the long-term. April The Daily Climate Show: Carbon capture, heatwaves, and how net-zero could impact Russia's war machine. Forum’s Chief Executive, Dr Sally Uren interviewed on climate action (interview from 12:26 onwards). TIME Magazine: In the face of a climate crisis, there's a better way to farm. Dr Sally Uren writes about the potential of regenerative agriculture and Forum’s Growing Our Future initiative. Sally recently joined TIME magazine’s Project 2030 Committee, a decade-long project marking progress towards a sustainable and equitable world. iBAN: With a narrow window for innovation, will our food systems transform or unravel? by Forum’s Associate Directors Lesley Mitchell and Charlene Collison. BusinessGreen: Why a truly just transition needs to start with local community engagement. Forum's Senior Change Designer, Charlie Thorneycroft, writes about Forum's local community engagement project, Our Zero Selby. Core77: Alisha Bhagat explains how looking back in time could lead us to brighter, more regenerative futures. Forum's Futures Lead, Alisha Bhagat, discuss futures thinking, climate change, and more. March Forbes: How Forum For The Future Instigates Change At Scale While We Still Have Time. Interview with Dr Sally Uren about the key systems that need deep transformation and how theCompass for Just and Regenerative Business can help. Reconsidered: 5 Questions With: James Payne, Associate Director, Transformational Strategies At Forum For The Future. BusinessGreen: Are We Asking the Right Questions? Why We Need to Reframe the Food Challenge. Roberta Iley and Carrie Bewick reflect on questions we need to pose in order to shift to just and regenerative food systems. GreenBiz: Innovative Business Models Could Transform Cotton Supply Chains. Joint article by Forum and WRI on creating a resilient, just and regenerative cotton supply chain. February Flourish Systems Change Podcast: An interview with systems thinkers Sumi Dhanarajan and Anna Biswas. Sumi Dhanarajan, Forum’s Associate Director - APAC, and Anna Biswas, Forum’s Associate Director - India, talk about system change. Sustainable Brands: The 3 vital perspectives sustainability leaders need for the 2020s. Article by Caroline Ashley, Forum’s Global Programmes Director, outlining three key insights for sustainability leaders. January BusinessGreen: Over 30 years of sustainability efforts have not delivered the change we need - why? by Forum’s CEO, Dr Sally Uren. South China Morning Post: Asia in 2022: China’s reopening after Omicron, elections in thePhilippines, inflation and climate change. Projections of 2022 trends by Ariel Muller,ManagingDirector - Forum Asia Pacific. FoodNavigator-USA: Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: 4 ways to tap into the full potential of regenerative agriculture’s benefits.Forum’s Principal Strategist, Mary McCarthy, shares how regenerative agriculture can improve not only the environment but social equity and public health as well. Asian AgriBiz: Achieving resilience and sustainability for SE Asia’s animal protein sector. An interview with Lesley Mitchell - Forum’s Associate Director, Sustainable Nutrition. Asia Food Journal: Going beyond supporting sustainability in alternative protein (pg. 18-19). Insights gathered from Sumi Dhanarajan,Associate Director - Forum Asia Pacific, on the social impacts brought on by alternative proteins.