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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Innovation for more just & diverse futures: read our 2020/21 annual report

The Luc Hoffmann Institute is proud to present its 2020/21 annual report. The path to a more equitable future for people and nature is challenging and requires fresh thinking – find out about the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s unique way of innovating.

Discover our annual report here

The Luc Hoffmann Institute is proud to present its 2020/21 annual report. The path to a more equitable future for people and nature is challenging and requires fresh thinking – find out about the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s unique way of innovating.


Discover our annual report here

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Fostering approaches to anti-corruption in the Colombian conservation sector: an interview with Isis Alvarez and Natalia Muñoz Cassolis

An interview on anti-corruption in Colombian conservation with Isis Alvarez, former Livestock Campaign Coordinator and Senior Gender Advisor at the ...
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Looking back: foundational Biodiversity Revisited Background Reviews published

The diversity of life that sustains humanity is being severely degraded by human activity. This is leading to a deterioration ...
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Illegal logging for paper industry and forest clearing for Palm oil plantation. TESSO NILO Plantation Riau, Sumatra, Indonesia

Tackling corruption in the Indonesian natural resources sector

A thought piece by Laode M. Syarif, Executive Director of Partnership for Governance Reform (KEMITRAAN) in Indonesia and Senior Lecturer ...
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WWF University of Cambridge Uni of Oxford IUCN The Value Web Future Earth WEF IIED Maliasili Sustainability Tour du Valat Birdlife International Bright green learning Graduate Institute of Geneva Impact Hub Kings College London Snap Partnership MAVA Nambia Nature Foundation University of Montana Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions NOMIS The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research Uni of Zurich Sustainability Deep Science Ventures Vizzuality African Leadership University - ALU Systemiq IUCN Human Wildlife Conflict Taskforce University of Boston UNEP-WCMC ETH Zurich University College London Griffith University University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute Wilderness Safaris Official website of the Swiss Government RCMRD WBCSD The Nature Conservancy: A World Where People & Nature The Lions Share Fund UNDP Global Environment Facility Resource Africa Internet of Elephants European Institute of Peace Global Challenges Research Fund