In recognition of the networked nature of the biophysical, sociopolitic and economic processes Forma Futura is commited to a systemic approach.
Taking into account the increasing interconnectedness of the world means to take mutual dependency seriously – both as restriction and as opportunity. By controlling the use of means we can support meaningful changes to conserve and improve the quality of life.
At the beginning of our model for further discussion stands quality of life. It comprises according the the Millenium Ecosystem Assessment the components health, fulfilment of basic material needs, security, good social relations and freedom of choice and action.
To preserve and improve the quality of life for future generations, while respecting the earth’s biophysical limits is embraced by the term “Sustainable Quality of Life”. It is in relationsship with global and sector specific challenges (e.g. climate change, water shortag, population growth, new technologies, human rights, political and economic basic conditions).
Money as vital resource is used responsibly by Forma Futura by investing in assets that preverably contribute to a sustainable quality of life, are financially solid and achieve a competitive, risk-adjusted return. Such financial assets are characterised by above-average performance regarding quality of management and leadership and by direct contribution to a sustainable quality of life through products and services.