Reinforcing the European Youth Employment Policy through the European Green Deal

Reinforcing the European Youth Employment Policy through the European Green Deal:
In many respects, the world is facing an unprecedented crisis. At the same time, the world is on the brink of a new dawn.

New Study: Reducing CO2 emissions and the pandemic crisis

How central banks can trigger a massive reduction of global CO2 emissions and tackling the pandemic crisis by using new tools of green bonds and guarantees.

Easter Wishes from the WFC Management Board

No matter where we live or how different our lives: this Easter will be a memorable one for everyone on this planet. The Coronavirus pandemic is truly not the only crisis humankind is facing

Coronavirus Updates

As the Covid-19 pandemic is sweeping across countries, we are eager take strong measures to help contain the virus whilst protecting our staff.

Thoughts on the Coronavirus Crisis

The Coronavirus pandemic is more than a health crisis. It is rooted in how we treat our planet, how we prioritise our public spendings. And it will impact our lives for much longer than we expect. Find be below a compilation of interesting thoughts of our Councillors and Honorary Councillors on the Covid-19 outbreak.

Mädchen, die am Strand im Plastikmüll spielen

Future Policy Award for the Protection from Hazardous Chemicals

This year, the “Oscars on best policies” will highlight exemplary laws and policies that protect people and the environment from hazardous chemicals.

Split images with our six new members: Ms Espinosa, Ms Gopel, Ms Leautier, Ms Murungi, Ms Reimer, Mr Scharmer

Our new World Future Council Members 2020

The World Future Council warmly welcomes their new members. Meet the excellent people joining our Council.

Article: Renewable energy: A catalyst for gender equality?

The Canadian environmentalist and filmmaker, James Cameron, once explained: “The nation that leads in renewable energy will be the nation that leads the world.”

Beyond Fire: How to achieve electric cooking

Agroecology and organic agriculture in India and the Himalayas:
Enhancing fertile landscapes and improving living conditions

How can we build Peace?

We asked our expert policy staff on the occasion of World Peace Day 2018

Building peace is a very complex endeavour: Social injustice, economic inequalities, climate change, lack of opportunities, resource scarcity, depletion of natural habitat, hunger and poverty, and violation of human rights can cause social unrest or even violent conflict. All these factors are interdependent and intertwined. Is building peace a futile mission? No, because proven solutions and successful approaches already exist. On this year’s UN World Peace Day, we asked our dedicated policy staff what can be done to achieve and sustain peace: