The over-abundance of plastic in our ecosystem is an economic, environmental, human health and aesthetic catastrophe, posing a multi-dimensional challenge to humanity, often compared to climate change in terms of impact, breadth and complexity.

A challenge of this magnitude requires cross sector collaborations, knowledge sharing and support.  At The Klosters Forum, this is what we do.



The Klosters Forum is a neutral platform that brings together disruptive and inspirational minds to tackle some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. We convene and connect relevant, impactful and committed participants, giving them the time and space for deep thinking and an opportunity to share ideas and collaborate in a unique and intimate environment. The agenda includes workshops on the mountain, panel discussions on a farm, alpine hikes and privately hosted dinners.

By Invitation Only

TKF creates a space in which time is set aside for participants with relevant backgrounds to focus on a single issue. We have heard too often, from NGOs, investors, entrepreneurs, that their schedules do not usually allow for this deep thinking. Our focus is on creating viable solutions, which we do by creating networks, brokering collaborations and incubating thought leadership.

TKF Objectives

Accelerating Change
Initiating Collaborations
Avoiding Duplication of Work
Networking for Good

TKF19 Podcasts with Hannah MacInnes

Hannah MacInnes joined us at TKF19 to interview participants for TKF’s podcast series which is due to be launched later this year.

Hannah MacInnes is a Freelance Journalist and a regular interviewer and Podcast Host for the How To: Academy, chairing interviews, panels and debates across a wide range of subjects and current issues.

Before going Freelance she worked for over 7 years at BBC Newsnight, where, as Planning Editor (and as a Producer / Filmmaker), she secured a number of exclusive interviews including with Silvio Berlusconi, Hillary Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev.

She also chairs events at a number of other major literary festivals, is a regular at Sunday Papers Live and hosts the series and podcast A Cup Of Tea With