Who are The Long Run Fellow Members?

The Long Run Fellow Members are institutions or enterprises that own, directly manage or significantly influence the management of a natural area of conservation value. They are committed to achieving sustainability through the 4Cs (conservation, community, culture and commerce).

Why become a Fellow Member of The Long Run?

As a Long Run Fellow Member you will have access to a host of benefits. These include:

  1. Global recognition for leadership in sustainability: Access to a small, like-minded international network that will be a driving force in promoting and developing more sustainable thinking around the globe.
  2. Exclusive access to information exchange forums: The Long Run network enables you to connect with other passionate and committed Long Run Members and recognised Global Ecosphere Retreats® to share experiences and exchange ideas in a secure environment while giving you access to expert advice and guidance.
  3. Added channels for innovation and co-creation:  The Long Run also provides a platform for support and the exchange of best practice and lessons learned on issues related to conservation, communities, culture and commerce (the 4Cs) which allows for the co-creation of innovative approaches/strategies for the benefit of all members.
  4. High-impact marketing opportunities: The Long Run actively promotes its members and their efforts to achieve sustainability in a variety of international print media (e.g. Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, Vanity Fair and Travellers World) and other news outlets, at international trade shows (e.g. International Tourism Exchange (ITB) Berlin) and through social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Slideshare, YouTube) and the websites www.thelongrun.com and www.zeitzfoundation.org.

Interested in becoming a Fellow Member of The Long Run?

If you wish to join a network of like-minded institutions and do your part, within your area of influence, to restore our ecosphere into a healthy state for posterity, please fill out this expression of interest.