Founded in 1990, the FNH is recognized as being of public utility, apolitical and non-denominational Faced with ecological and climatic danger, the FNH is convinced that a metamorphosis of societies must be undertaken towards models based on the preservation of natural heritage, the fair access to resources, solidarity and the well-being of all human beings. Its mission is to initiate the transition necessary to achieve this, by bringing out lasting solutions and encouraging the change of individual and collective behavior. Social justice, new responsible economic models and democracy are at the heart of all its actions.
Areas of focus
Founder gender: All male
Leader gender: Female Leader(s) (2019): Alain Grandjean
Leader gender: Male