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Unlocking Systemic Innovation

‘Unlocking Systemic Innovation’ is a four part series that Capgemini and Forum for the Future are exploring throughout 2023 – aiming to find opportunities for collective action and progress on some of the biggest sustainability challenges, including: 

Traceability and Transparency
Sustainable Procurement
Reimagining Consumption
Adaptation for Resilient Supply Chains

Recipes for food system transformation

What will it take to get us to the just and regenerative outcomes the world needs to see, from agriculture to diets? What do you need, in order to drive more transformative change towards a better food future?

We hope this will inspire change-makers across the food system to think differently about what action they can take and how – join us in this conversation and tell us what you think!

Beyond greenhouse gases: Transforming project design through impact measurement

Beyond Greenhouse Gases: Transforming project design through impact measurement project will explore how businesses can unlock more transformative project design and decision making, through the lens of greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction. Over the next four months, we will be publishing a series of insights and podcasts on an ongoing basis exploring the world of carbon accounting, climate impacts, futures thinking, and project design.


Trajectories from COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting our fundamental assumptions and values and the way we think about the world.  The most profound changes come from shifts at these levels. They allow the shifting…

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