Luc Hoffman Institute

Founding Year: 2012

Staff: 13

Budget: CHF 3.55 m (2020)

Jonathan Hutton (Director)

Is an institute that “aims to be the world’s leading catalyst for innovation and transformative change to maintain biodiversity, the foundation for all life on Earth.” It aims to “create the conditions for new approaches to emerge, identify and mobilise the most promising innovators and ideas, and provide a flow of impactful, de-risked and exciting initiatives for investors.” It’s parent organisation is WWF Switzerland.



Luc Hoffman Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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