Sustainable Futures

Forum for the Future is a non-profit organization working globally with business and government to create a sustainable future. This blog brings insights from our work on sustainable business models, systems innovation, green futures and planet-saving innovations.

Systems thinking is an overlooked key to businesses, NGOs and policymakers making good on the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals.
The future is a product of our imaginations and our willingness to act on those dreams. The complex demands of global warming call for sharpening the imagination.
From Europe's refugee crisis to the rise of renewable energy and advanced manufacturing, a wave of change will reshape the way businesses engage.
The tech giant's ambitious plans for urban drone networks serve as a reminder that tangible, exciting visions for the future can be a boon for sustainability, too.
Companies including Ikea, BT and Kingfisher are signing on to up the bar when it comes to corporate impacts on the planet.
Here’s how emerging group leaders are improving the products and supply chains behind the world’s famous brands.
Here are the three signs that we're about to leave fossil fuels in the dust.

This marks the end of Forum of the Future's Retail Horizon blog series. With the toolkit introduced this week, we can begin a new retail paradigm.

Forum for the Future presents four questions to ask when wondering whether to switch your business model from sales to rental.

If you know what the mainstream is ready for, then you can have a greater chance of success. How might you tell? And what might be bubbling under right now?