The World Future Council is an independent body formally founded in Hamburg, Germany on 10 May 2007.
The was founded by the Swedish writer and activist Jakob von Uexkull. The idea for a global council was first aired on German radio in 1998. In October 2004 the organisation began in London with funding from private donors in Germany, Switzerland, USA and the UK. Since 2006, the organisation is based in Hamburg, where the World Future Council is registered as a charitable foundation. Further offices are located in London, Brussels, Addis Ababa and Washington D.C. The Council meets once a year at the Annual General Meeting.
The Hamburg Call to Action
The Hamburg Call to Action was unanimously agreed upon by all Councillors present at the Founding Ceremony of the World Future Council, 9–13 May 2007. It calls for the... Read More