We specialise in addressing critical global challenges by catalysing change in key systems, from food to apparel, energy to shipping. Read more
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Animal feed is an unseen yet vital input in the food industry that has significant impacts on environmental health and food security. Nearly half of global agricultural land is used for livestock feed production and more than a fifth of wild caught fish is fed to animals. Feed contributes to 45% of greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production, and much of it comprises high-value foods rich in nutrition, such as soy and maize.
Promising convenience, affordability and choice for busy consumers, food delivery services have burgeoned in recent years, particularly in Asia. In 2015, the Asia Pacific region accounted for nearly half the total value of global home food delivery, and it’s expected to be the industry’s fastest growing region in the next 2 years.
Working with apparel manufacturers in Asia and other value chain players across the sector, our innovation programme aims to fast-track solutions towards a circular economy.
We know that growing a global community of change agents is our best chance to accelerate a transition to a sustainable future. Want to know more?
We're always on the lookout for truly pioneering partners who want to take action on global challenges and become sustainability leaders.
On our Futures Centre, we track signals of change. Signals are new ideas or innovations that could change the game for sustainability in the future. When you see something for the first time, tell us!
Nicky Conway, Sustainable Development Manager, Safety, Health and Sustainability at National Grid talks about decentralised Energy this #GreenGBWeek and why National Grid are participating in PowerPaired. Read more
Science-based targets have quickly become de rigueur for companies with aspirations to be leaders on climate change. And quite right too. The idea that corporate targets should be based on what’s required, rather than what feels achievable, is something Forum for the Future has been advocating for some time. Read more