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Subject Live now: From System Shock to System Change - it's time to transform
Date October 14, 2020 7:29 AM
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The Future of Sustainability

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10 years. 5 dynamic areas. 4 possible futures. One 6-18 month opportunity to transform.

Forum for the Future has today launched its latest Future of Sustainability report, entitled From System Shock to System Change - Time to Transform ([link removed][UNIQID]) . As COVID-19 continues to irreversibly shock the systems on which we rely, we're all grappling with 'what next?' and the decisions we make, right now, could see us transition into a world of increasing volatility and turbulence - or begin to reconfigure the way we live and work around goals of equity, sustainability and resilience.

We're at a crossroads and the stakes could not be higher. But in an immensely disrupted world, where do we need to focus?

The report reveals five key dynamic challenges already shaping the 2020s - with major implications on human, planetary and economic health - and explores four possible futures emerging from the COVID-19 crisis. We're calling on business, investors, civil society, the philanthropic sector and more to take bold and decisive action in the next 6-18 months. Action set to ensure a future where both people and planet thrive.

It's time to transform.
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** Join us at our launch event

Following our first launch event today, featuring speakers such as Leena Nair and Tom Rivett-Carnac, please join us on 15 October to explore the report's findings and what they might mean for you. The event will give you an opportunity to interact with our speakers and contribute your own thinking as we reflect on the role each of us need to play to drive transformational change.

* Daze Aghaji ([link removed][UNIQID]) , Climate Justice Activist
* Jeffrey Hollender ([link removed][UNIQID]) , Chair of the American Sustainable Business Council and Founder of Seventh Generation
* Roman Krznaric ([link removed][UNIQID]) , philosopher and author of The Good Ancestor ([link removed][UNIQID])
* Dr. Sally Uren OBE, Chief Executive, Forum for the Future
* Moderated by Journalist Jo Confino

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** Live now: explore the future with us

The Future of Sustainability report is hosted on our free participatory futures platform, The Futures Centre. Register today ([link removed][UNIQID]) to join a growing global community of change makers, access the content that matters most to you, and explore futures-focused perspectives and resources to help you create a more sustainable future.

The latest exclusive insights include:
* Dr Sally Uren exploring examples of where organisations are taking transformative action as the world rebuilds from COVID-19 ([link removed][UNIQID]) .
* Dr Agnes Kalibata, the UN Secretary General's Special Envoy to the 2021 Food Systems Summit, explores the cost of inaction on nutrition ([link removed][UNIQID]) .
* Helen Clarkson, Chief Executive Officer, The Climate Group, writes on the urgency of the 2020s as the climate decade ([link removed][UNIQID]) .
* James Goodman, Director of Partnerships at Local Trusts, discusses community-led futures as a radical act ([link removed][UNIQID]) .

The Futures Centre allows us all to reimagine our world and grapple with concepts of 'what if?'. Given the pivotal moment we're in for sustainability, this has never mattered more.
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