Transforming Our Futures

Former vår framtid

through development, supporting and nurturing sustainable practices

through equity and good governance

through partnerships and cooperation

through pathways meeting Sustainable Development Goals

TOF works towards transforming the futures of communities globally through development, support and nurture of sustainable cultural knowledge, social, environmental and economic practices. TOF is committed to achieving the sustainable development goals
TOF is a non-profit and non-government organization

Spanning three spheres of work

Sphere I

Sustainable Processes and Sound Practices

Sustainable development through enhancing knowledge and rights, ensuring good practice processes and guidelines, efficiency in resource use and management of its outputs, recycling, and knowledge of social, environment and health due diligence and standards

Sphere II

Well-being, Livelihoods and Innovation

Individual and community wellbeing through fostering livelihoods and innovation, health and food systems, cultural diversity and conservation, appreciation of traditional practices, and inclusiveness of vulnerable people, and transparency of information

Sphere III

Global Change: 
Coping, Adapting and Encompassing

Work on global changes-needs and their knowledge: land use change and off-sets, climate adaptation and coping, renewable energy and resource management

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E&S safeguards screening of 25 field stations from Sumatra to Papua, Indonesia (for the German Development Bank, KfW)

TOF for the German Development Bank (KfW) is conducting environmental and social (E&S) screening of 25 field stations in Indonesia for an ambitious and innovative project in Indonesia. The INABRAIN Project – Acquisition of Indonesian Biodiversity as Fundamental...

International Conference Sessions and Presentations – 2023

TOF Presents at International Conference, ASIA2023 TOF presents a paper on  Benefit Sharing in energy projects at the ASIA2023. The paper is based on international experience and lessons learned. TOF also coauthors a paper and presentation on renewable energy...

International Capacity Building, AFRICA 2023: governance, risks, resettlement, SIA and ESIA in Ghana

TOF is leading a new course with ICH on SIA within the context of ESIA to be held in Ghana in May 2023.

Three KfW Projects completed – 2022

TOF completed three projects in Indonesia funded by the by the German Development Bank (KfW) in 2022 on environmental and social safeguards and labour regulatory/practice assessments and engaged with various stakeholders.

International Capacity Building 2022: future transmission and distribution

TOF expert presented environmental, health and social methods, development implications and management in an international course on Electricity Transmission and distribution for the Future.

International Conference Sessions and Presentations – 2022

TOF Pro Bono Project Presented at a Conference Process and Results of TOF Pro Bono project were presented at an international conference in Norway. The work is being written up as an article. BRIDGES Web-Conference: Mind the gap! Interdisciplinary teacher education to...

AFRICA 22: Professional level IA course in Africa – a TOF design with ICH funded by Norad, Norway

TOF senior consultant and executive director has completed the design of a week course on impact assessment for renewable energy projects. Cross-cutting themes, human rights, gender, and governance integration into ESIA and management of impacts were covered. TOF led...

E&S Policy Assessment results presented to decision makers, funders and development agencies

Findings of a ESPA funded by the German Development Bank (KfW) were presented to various parties (EU, Embassy, GIZ, KfW) through a serious of presentations from April through June 2022.

TOF developed a Model for involving Rotary and Students – understanding the green deal (det grønne skiftet in Norway)

TOF was requested by Rotary to develop projects on enhancing ‘green’ understanding and circular economy among 10th graders. TOF’s Managing Director and Executive Director are key persons and can be contacted if interested.