The Luc Hoffman Institute

Sourcing effective innovation for life on Earth

Innovation and transformative change are essential to maintain biodiversity, the foundation of all life on Earth. The Luc Hoffmann Institute aims to be the world’s leading catalyst for this change, incubating the ideas that will make it happen.

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Innovation and transformative change are essential to maintain biodiversity, the foundation of all life on Earth. The Luc Hoffmann Institute aims to be the world’s leading catalyst for this change, incubating the ideas that will make it happen.


Learn about what we do

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Forging new paths: our 2019-2020 annual report is out!

The Luc Hoffmann Institute is proud to present its 2019-2020 annual report. Read about why societal innovation for nature and people is important in a post-COVID-19 world, and about the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s unique way of innovating.

Discover our annual report here

The Luc Hoffmann Institute is proud to present its 2019-2020 annual report. Read about why societal innovation for nature and people is important in a post-COVID-19 world, and about the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s unique way of innovating.


Discover our annual report here

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Beyond Tourism in Africa is an innovation challenge that seeks to identify, incubate and promote innovative sources of income for rural communities in countries in Africa.
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Beyond Tourism in Africa is an innovation challenge that seeks to identify, incubate and promote innovative sources of income for rural communities in countries in Africa.


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