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How to mobilise the masses: Watershed Management in Tigray

Travelling through Tigray, northern Ethiopia is a mind blowing experience for anyone with an eye for land management. Hill after hill after hill is terraced. Stones are piled up in long benches to stop water flowing off. All of this back breaking work has been done by local communities over the past 30 years.

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How to mobilise the masses: Watershed Management in Tigray

February 15, 2018/by Miriam Petersen

Clearing the Air in India with the fresh breeze of biomass technology

February 6, 2018/by Annette Diegel

Policymakers gather to share child rights best practice on protection and participation in Zanzibar

January 10, 2018/by Miriam Petersen

When good laws change lives

January 4, 2018/by Miriam Petersen

Zanzibar Declaration on Securing Children’s Rights

November 30, 2017/by Miriam Petersen

Ending violence against children

November 29, 2017/by Annette Diegel

Soils for food security and climate: The Future Policy Vision Award Winner at COP23

November 23, 2017/by Annette Diegel

New Council Members elected

November 3, 2017/by Benjamin Benirschke

Event: From Degraded Drylands to Green Landscapes

October 26, 2017/by Annette Diegel

100% renewable energy is low-cost option for Tanzania to become middle income country

October 17, 2017/by Annette Diegel

Announcement: International Child Rights Conference in Zanzibar

October 12, 2017/by Annette Diegel

100% renewable energy and poverty reduction in Tanzania

October 1, 2017/by World Future Council

On the path to regenerative cities

September 29, 2017/by Miriam Petersen

Stefan Schurig is leaving the World Future Council

September 19, 2017/by Miriam Petersen

Climate Action – even without the US!

July 28, 2017/by Miriam Petersen

Bringing Europe closer to its citizens

June 19, 2017/by Annette Diegel

WFC Charity Concert in Berlin

June 19, 2017/by Miriam Petersen

‘Alternative Nobel’ and World Future Council Mourn Egypt’s Sustainable Development Trailblazer

June 15, 2017/by Miriam Petersen