Forum for the Future

  • Foodservice Footprint F43-Comment-Meatless Is fake meat the real deal Comment  Teh Good Food Institute Sue Dibb news-email Meat Free Mark Driscoll Forum for the Future Food Ethics Council Eating Better Dan Crossley Bruce Friedrich

    Is fake meat the real deal

    Should burger bars and the foodservice sector at large start embracing new and improving meat-free products? Footprint asks experts for their views. Let’s not get carried away. “Offering tasty, nutritious and sustainably produced food is a ‘must’, not a ‘nice… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint F28-Cover-e1528993204414 Time for a serious rethink of sustainability standards to tackle the urgent climate challenges the world is facing My Viewpoint  WWF Unilever Sustainable Development Goals news-email MSC Mark Driscoll Forum for the Future Fairtrade

    Time for a serious rethink of sustainability standards to tackle the urgent climate challenges the world is facing

    For many years I have worked with some of the world’s largest conservation bodies, businesses and other civil society organisations to develop sustainability standards for a wide range of globally traded commodities. Many of these focus on specific sustainability challenges, such… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Unknown-4 The power of plant-based protein My Viewpoint  WWF The Protein Challenge Sodexo Simon Billing Quorn Pret A Manger news-email Green & Lean Forum for the Future Eatwell Plate BaxterStorey Alpro

    The power of plant-based protein

    Humans need protein in order to survive, but there has to be a change in the way we currently produce and consume it if we are to protect our environment and our health, says Forum for the Future’s Simon Billing.… Read More

  • Farm power key to future UK energy supply

    UK FARMS could be a major player in a shift towards a resilient, low-carbon energy system, according to an important report launched today by the Farm Power coalition.                        … Read More

  • Coca-Cola Enterprises unveils shortlist of crowd-sourced ideas to improve household recycling habits

    COCA-COLA ENTERPISES today announces the shortlist of ideas submitted to its recycling challenge in partnership with open innovation platform,, aimed at co-creating solutions to help improve at-home recycling habits. The 11-week challenge, launched in March this year, draws on… Read More

  • Sally Uren: Forum For The Future’s chief executive

    IN SOME ways the sustainability landscape in 2013 didn’t shift, as the slow grind of some well-documented trends continued. Stories of resource crunches abounded, extreme weather events were witnessed, and the grim reality of social inequalities continued to wash through… Read More

  • Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall backs new food alliance

    HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL and a number of key national organisations from health, environment, social justice, animal welfare, development, faith and consumer sectors have launched a new alliance to promote the idea that eating ‘less and better’ meat is fairer, greener and… Read More

  • A peek behind the Golden Arches

    MCDONALD’S HAS decided to open its supply chain up to the public but is it a genuine attempt to be more transparent or a marketing stunt?                           At… Read More

  • Tea coalition launched

    BRITS MAY make 165 million cups of tea a day, but the nation’s favourite brew faces a number of challenges to survive. Climate change, water scarcity and competition for land use are all expected to combine to make those 165… Read More

  • How can you change the game?

    LARGE FIRMS are increasingly adopting and scaling up sustainability innovations and reaping substantial rewards for themselves and their customers.   The new business approaches not only contribute to the green economy, but also show what can be achieved by decoupling… Read More