FUTURE IN OUR HANDS

Future in our hands
international network

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
FIOH international
network
Origins of FIOH

FIOH education and
development fund

Plant a tree in Africa  
LIFESTYLE
GUIDELINES


Future in our hands [FIOH] is an international movement committed to safeguarding the environment for future generations and a fair distribution of wealth globally. The movement originated in Norway where it has about 23,000 members.

The work of FIOH is centred around three main activities:

FUTURE WORLD
CAMPAIGN
NEWS
IDEAS BANK

     

    • Encouraging the reduced consumption of natural resources by the
      affluent in society to protect the environment and the world's poor,
      with a greater focus on quality of life as opposed to material gain.

    • Campaigning for fairer systems of global wealth creation and
      distribution that will enable the poor to improve their living conditions
      and do not prejudice the ability of future generations to obtain their
      basic needs

    • Promoting a way of life in all sectors of world society based on human
      values including co-operation, sharing, solidarity, fellowship, compassion
      and honesty
      .
YOUTH
COUNTER CULTURE
PERSONAL TESTIMONIES
PHILONOMICS
TOPICAL
ISSUES

Publications
Booklets

Book

COUNTDOWN - responding to a
global crisis

 

Topical issue: Sharing for Survival

A new book by the

Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability (FEASTA)


How to Boil a Frog is a satirical documentary about the consequences of overshoot: too many people using up too little planet. An everyman dad (Jon Cooksey) gives a satirical overview of our global situation, and five surprising ways we can save civilization while making our own lives better.

Your film is cleverly done and enjoyable

Richard Heinberg, author, "Powerdown", "Peak Everything", "The Party's Over"

It is an astonishing amount of work and well-crafted. I hope you will find a large audience for it.

Dennis Meadows, co-author, "Limits to Growth"


Copies of the DVD can be obtained from the How to Boil a Frog web site