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As Social and Climate Crises Intensify, the Sustainability Movement and Others Must Move Beyond ‘Short-Term and Piecemeal Fixes’ To Deliver Wholescale Systems Change

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International sustainability non-profit Forum for the Future has today announced its 2023-2025 strategy outlining three pivotal ‘transitions’ that it will focus on in its efforts to create a ‘just and regenerative’ future in which both people and the planet thrive.

Working across the UK, Asia and the US, Forum will hone in on enabling deep transformation in how we think about, produce, consume and value both food and energy, and in the role of business in society and the economy.

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With increased investment and activity, current momentum behind these transitions is encouraging—but the world is not yet seeing the results it needs.

Forum’s Chief Executive, Dr Sally Uren, said: “As time to avert the worst of our social and environmental crises runs out, we’re continuing to see a misplaced focus on short-term and piecemeal fixes or interventions that lack ambition; they do not go far enough and they…

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