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, Grenoble, juin 2014

World Future Council - London (WFC)

Th WFC aims to identify holistic solutions on a wide range of issues and to enable the application of these solutions.

The World Future Council (WFC) consists of 50 respected personalities from all five continents. They represent governments, parliaments, the arts, civil society, academia and the business world. Together they form a voice for the rights of future generations. The World Future Council is a charitable foundation reliant on donations. It makes politicians aware that they have an ethical responsibility to assess every decision-making process on the basis of how it will affect future generations. In close collaboration with civil society groups, members of parliament, governments, businesses and international organisations it researches future just policies and legislation. It then advises political decision-makers, offers them tried and tested courses of action and supports them in the concrete implementation of new policies. As an independent non-profit organisation with no interest in short-term profit or prestige, autonomous from governmental and institutional interests, the organisation enjoys the highest level of credibility in its political advocacy. To identify holistic solutions on a wide range of issues and to enable the application of these solutions, the WFC has created the following programmes:

  • Future Justice

  • Climate and Energy

  • Sustainable Ecosystems

  • Sustainable Economies

  • Peace and Disarmament



Pays / Région

Great Britain

Langue de travail

German, English, French

Site web


Place the interests of future generations at the heart of policy-making.

Lieu(x) de l’action


Mots clefs de l’acteur

Holistic solutions, future generations, politicians, civil society, the arts.

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