10th World Future Forum: in 2017 the World Future Council convenes in Bregenz

From March 30th – April 2nd, more than 50 Councillors, Ambassadors and members of the Supervisory Board will convene at the World Future Forum 2017 “10 Years World Future Council: Best Policies for Future Generations”, which will take place in Bregenz, Austria, with the generous support of the Festival House Bregenz and their partners. 


During the event, our expert commissions and working groups will meet for key discussions on topics such as our Global Policy Action Plan and Future Policy Award 2018. Councillors will provide keynote speeches and report back about the most important policy challenges from their country/region/perspective and how the World Future Council should best address the interest of future generations.

The World Future Forum/AGM will take place from Thursday, 30th March to Sunday, 2nd April at the Festival House Bregenz, Austria. A very modern, barrier-free location for conferences, meetings and cultural events, which focuses on the economical use of energy as well as organic products and regional production in its restaurants and catering. It is located in a beautiful landscape in the middle of the Alps (Vorarlberg region), right on the shores of Lake Constance, surrounded by three countries, i.e. Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

The event is organised in cooperation with the Mayor of Bregenz, the Government of the Vorarlberg county, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Convention Partner Vorarlberg and the Hilti Foundation and the Festival House Bregenz.

The World Future Council, founded in 2007 in Hamburg, is actively working in the fields of Climate and Energy, Regenerative Cities, Sustainable Ecosystems, Future Justice, Peace and Disarmament and Sustainable Economies. It identifies the most successful regional, national and international policies in these fields and promotes them in order to solve the most pressing problems of our time. As an example, the work of the Council has greatly contributed to the adoption of Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff policies in many countries and regions.

Click here to read more about our Councillors and here to find out more about the World Future Council.