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Futures Centre by Forum for the Future

We track change to spot new possibilities for sustainable systems. Join us!

The Futures Centre is run by Forum for the Future, a leading global sustainability non-profit. We address critical global challenges, such as climate change, livelihoods and nutrition, by catalysing change in key systems.

We track trends, share resources and stimulate dialogue to explore how change is unfolding and reveal ways to build healthy global systems, from food to energy to apparel. We invite you to share the changes you’re seeing, and join us in drawing out insights to accelerate transformation for the better, and highlight emerging risks.

Do you want to be involved in the discussions and have your say?

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We also produce the Future of Sustainability, an annual publication exploring how today’s trends can unlock sustainable systems.

The Futures Centre is run by Forum for the Future, 

a leading global sustainability non-profit working with 
business, government and other organisations to reinvent the way the world works.

The Futures Centre would like to thank Forum for the Future's Network members for their support, and in particular the partners showcased here. 
We also offer special recognition and thanks to Novelis for its generous support of the Futures Centre.

To learn more about the Futures Centre, please contact George Harding-Rolls, Senior Communications Strategist at Forum for the Future.