How can we shape future demand?
Technology and new business models make it possible to do much more with much less. Will governments and companies seize the opportunity?
Will the new industrial revolution bring sustainability?
Digitalization, big data and circular and ‘sharing’ economies are reconfiguring global economic activities. Alignment with environmental goals is key.
How can land deliver all we need?
Land delivers critical services, from food, climate response to cleaner air and water. Reconciling competing demands for land use is a good start.
Shaping demand...A first look
Circular economy & decarbonisation: lessons from industry
Article by John Gardner
4 Sep 2017 • 16 min read
Scrapping the combustion engine: the metals critical to success of EVs
Article by Daniel Quiggin
28 Jul 2017 • 15 min read
What’s cooking? The future of meat
Article by Laura Wellesley
12 Jun 2017 • 15 min read
Are we on the cusp of a demand revolution?
Article by Bernice Lee
18 May 2017 • 17 min read
Disrupting dinner? Food for the future
Article by Rob Bailey
18 May 2017 • 19 min read
Launch Event - Hoffmann Centre for Sustainable Resource Economy
Other event by Hoffmann Centre
18 May 2017, 17:30–21:00 BST • Chatham House, London, United Kingdom
Soil 4 Climate: accelerating soil carbon science for decision-makers
Workshop by Hoffmann Centre, The Nature Conservancy, Cornell University, 4 per 1000 initiative
8 February 2018, 09:30–17:30 GMT • Chatham House, London, United Kingdom