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WEF Davos 2023

Davos 2023: World Economic Forum From Great Reset To Great Fragmentationeurasiareview29 January 2023 (LINK)

Rethinking Humanitarianism: Will the elite ever give up power? A view from Davos (podcast)thenewhumanitarian27 January 2023 (LINK)

The Davos offensive of Ferdinand Marcos Jrrappler27 January 2023 (LINK)

WEF: How the global media covered Davos 2023: a record number of mentions from influential global media on the core topics of debate in Davos and the announcements and updates on key impact initiativesweforum25 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos and the Holy Grail of Equityaier.org →25 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos 2023: Awash with ocean action and inspiration: From art installations to music, dynamic dialogues to poetry on panels, ocean action made waves across the Meeting.weforum25 January 2023 (LINK)

— In a world-first, the Global Collaboration Village at Davos hosted the first-ever multilateral meeting in the metaverse, including remote participation. This drove action on ocean health and seafood waste by gathering experts and leaders from finance, food and retail sectors to discuss and plan around a virtual underwater conference table.

One key step forward during 2022 was the landmark achievement of the global framework for nature, at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity COP15 in Montreal, Canada – with a commitment from all countries to protect 30% of the land and ocean by 2030. The Davos session 30x30 Ambition: Next Steps after Montreal highlighted the key imperatives and financing needs and how they could be met to reach this bold yet essential target.

The phoney ethics of ESGunherd.com *24 January 2023 (LINK)

5 takeaways from the World Economic Forum's 2023 meetingmckinsey.com21 January 2023 (LINK)

  1. Global disruption isn’t slowing down. Companies must prioritize building resilience muscles today to prepare for tomorrow.
  2. No region is an island. The future of globalization needs diversification rather than decoupling.
  3. To achieve a net-zero future, leaders must balance the energy transition and energy resilience.
  4. Global companies are finding that inclusion is helping them tap underserved markets, giving them a competitive edge.
  5. The budding space economy has vast potential to change the world. Many sectors can capture the innovation of space.

At Davos, European Distress Over a 'Made in America' Lawnytimes ●21 January 2023 (LINK)

Debates at Davos: The biggest stories from the World Economic Forum meetmoneycontrol.com21 January 2023 (LINK)

— Ukraine War, energy and food crises, climate crisis, globalisation, inflation, global economy, supply chain crisis, and cybersecurity were among the topics that dominated the five days of debate at the WEF 2023 in Davos (LINK)

— Ahead of the WEF's Annual Meeting, the Global Risks Report 2023 highlighted serious risks we might encounter during the next 10 years. While the report said cost of living will be the main global danger in the next two years, the next ten years will be dominated by climate action failure.

— The Crystal Awards marked the opening of the WEF 2023 recognized four cultural leaders who have worked in areas of environmental preservation, food security, combating climate change, mental health awareness, and education.

— Chief Economists Outlook: A global recession is anticipated by two-thirds of those polled, with 18% of respondents saying it is quite likely.

— "Open Forum: In Harmony with Nature" emphasised the importance of changing organisational practices and highlighted existing lifestyles in order to restore the planet's health and safeguard the welfare of the present and future generations.

— Amplify Earth Action (GAEA), a new programme, stressed they will employ charitable resources to assist raise the funds required annually to combat climate change and the destruction of nature.

— The WEF unveiled its Global Collaboration Village, a new metaverse platform designed to promote multi-stakeholder collaboration. This purpose-driven metaverse brings people together to learn, explore solutions, and take action on the most serious problems facing the globe, has attracted 80 organisations as Village Partners.

— As part of a reskilling revolution, the Forum claimed it is collaborating with numerous partners to offer 1 billion people skills and job prospects by 2030.

— The WEF unveiled its Global Collaboration Village, a new metaverse platform designed to promote multi-stakeholder collaboration. This purpose-driven metaverse brings people together to learn, explore solutions, and take action on the most serious problems facing the globe, has attracted 80 organisations as Village Partners.

Devex: Davos done and dusted: how did it do?devex20 January 2023 (LINK)

— Billionaires Bill Gates and George Soros weren't there, neither was U.S. President Joe Biden. But film director Oliver Stone was, and so was former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, who provided some doomsday scenarios to cheer us up.

— Rachel Kyte, dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University — someone not easily impressed when it comes to pledges to protect the planet (the launch of a Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate) — dubbed it a "really important day for climate action."

—Our Vince Chadwick did his best to stake out climate activist Greta Thunberg's movements for a quick question — unfortunately, about two dozen reporters from around the world had the same idea. The Swede was having none of it, and we're told she slipped out a side exit, leaving a frostbitten press pack staring at the front door.

—Our colleague Jenny Lei Ravelo spoke to former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark during our Twitter Spaces event about how pandemic preparedness is being addressed, or not, during Davos. She didn't mince her words. "It's there. But of course, it's also the place where the companies are making their PR announcements," she said. "People are putting their spin on their announcements, but basically, you know, you're not going to get out of the major corporates a desire for any systemic change, because, hey, they're creaming it from the way things have happened, right?"

— what did Vince make of his first Davos? "On the one hand, the stereotypes seem to hold true," he tells me. "There are decadent parties, executives spouting vacuous talking points about sustainability, and behind it all the mysterious World Economic Forum. Still, every global development leader I spoke to was glad they came. The easy access to top-level corporate and government leaders is hard to replicate elsewhere, even at the United Nations. But the question for journalists and development practitioners alike is whether, by their sheer presence, they are legitimizing a gathering which could not be more removed from the constituencies they're meant to serve. Each year, it seems they ask themselves the question. And each year they come back."

Billionaires at Davos Don't Think COVID Is a Coldslate20 January 2023 (LINK)

— You wouldn't know — not unless you asked — that every attendee was PCR tested before entering the forum, or that in the case of a positive test, access was automatically, electronically, revoked. It's hard to square this information with the public narrative about COVID, isn't it?

South Korean President Yoon Calls For Enhanced Cooperation To Boost Global Supply Chainseuroasiareview20 January 2023 (LINK)

Banking Panel Reinforces the Need for Crypto Regulationnews.bitcoin.com20 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos Has It All Again — Except the World's Most Powerful Personbloomberg ●19 January 2023 (LINK)

Lagarde: Reducing inflation is 'prime mission' of the European Central Bankweforum20 January 2023 (LINK)

Samantha Power, head of USAID, announces new $50m development fund designed to facilitate private sector involvement in global developmentweforum19 January 2023 (LINK)

For CEOs at Davos, efficient, profitable operations take center stagefoxbusiness ●19 January 2023 (LINK)

Nature loss is an economic crisis — we need innovative solutions nowweforum19 January 2023 (LINK)

— The first "Sustainable Forest Economy Challenge" launched on 19 January at the World Economic Forumï's Annual Meeting at Davos. The World Economic Forum estimates that over half of the world's GDP, $44 trillion of economic value, is at moderate or severe risk due to nature loss. It has called for project submissions by 1 March 2023.

Day 3 of WEF: How Blockchain and Stablecoins Provided Aid to Ukraineinvesting.com19 January 2023 (LINK)

The 4-day workweek may not be the answer to workplace productivity and flexibility, Davos panelists sayBusiness Insider.com19 January 2023 (LINK)

Lagarde, Sewing of Deutsche Bank See Inflation as Principal Concern: + other headlinesbloomberg ●19 January 2023 (LINK)

At Davos, Greta Thunberg visit spotlights lack of climate actionAP19 January 2023 (LINK)

Greta Thunberg says Davos elite are prioritizing greed and short-term profits over people and the planetcnbc19 January 2023 (LINK)

CEOs at Davos are using ChatGPT to write work emailsCNN19 January 2023 (LINK)

WEF Davos 2023: Is the EU energy crisis affecting the green transition? (video)france24.com19 January 2023 (LINK)

Starmer and Reeves [try to] fill a vacuum in Davos charm offensiveGuardian19 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos crypto crowd distance themselves from FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried: "It's fraud"cnbc19 January 2023 (LINK)

WEF Davos 2023: Crypto collapse brings focus to 'true value' of digital assets: Raghuram Rajanground.news: 4 sources: reuters19 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos 2023: Uber not planning any company-wide layoffs, says CEO Dara Khosrowshahimoneycontrol.com19 January 2023 (LINK)

Irish Taoiseach plans meetings with big tech at Davosrte.ie19 January 2023 (LINK)

— Leo Varadkar said the scale of job losses in Microsoft globally could be in the range of 5-10% and that it was "almost always possible" to achieve those cuts through voluntary redundancies.

Watch: Saudi Communications Minister on WEF Davos panel to discuss metaversealarabiya.net19 January 2023 (LINK)

Zelenskyy Urges 'Speed and Resolve' in Ukraine Conflictweforum18 January 2023 (LINK)

Zelenskiy uses Davos speech to intensify call for more tanks from alliesGuardian18 January 2023 (LINK)

Ukraine's Zelenskyy invites China's President Xi for 'dialogue'Al Jazeera18 January 2023 (LINK)

Ukraine's president Zelensky addresses Davos forum after fatal helicopter crashBBC18 January 2023 (LINK)

Ukraine Is Top of the Agenda in Davos. But Some Fear Support From Businesses Has Peakedtime.com18 January 2023 (LINK)

'Big Oil peddled the big lie': UN chief calls out fossil fuel giants for ignoring climate scienceeuronews18 January 2023 (LINK)

'This Insanity Belongs in Science Fiction': At Davos, UN Chief Rips Fossil Fuel Expansioncommondreams.org ←18 January 2023 (LINK)

UN chief warns the world is in a 'sorry state'ground.news: 59 sources18 January 2023 (LINK)

UN leader bashes fossil fuel producers at Davosaxios18 January 2023 (LINK)

Over 200 millionaires urge Davos elite to up taxes on the ultra-richground.news: 12 sources18 January 2023 (LINK)

— radio france iinternationale: France has at least 120,000 millionaires, but only two of the signatories of the tax letter are French.

Davos 2023: Securing and greening Europe's energy future amid 'polycrisis'france24.com18 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos attendees see dawn of new U.S. industrial policyfortune.com ●18 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos 2023: Special Address by Pedro Sánchez, Prime Minister of Spainweforum18 January 2023 (LINK)

The threat of a transatlantic trade war is dominating Davoscnbc18 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos struggles to get used to a world without Russiapolitico ←18 January 2023 (LINK)

Elon Musk warns against World Economic Forum 'world gov't'americanmilitarynews.com18 January 2023 (LINK)

* FoxNews JESSE WATTERS: Davos elites are in love with their crazy ideasfoxnews → ●18 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos conspiracy theories used to live on fringe corners of the internet. Now they've gone mainstreamCNN18 January 2023 (LINK)

Mutiny erupts among WEF staff over role of 'Mr Davos'Guardian21 January 2023 (LINK)

Al Gore Tells World That Inflation Reduction Act Is Really A Climate Change Actdailycaller.com18 January 2023 (LINK)

FoxNews: SEAN HANNITY: Al Gore is a lunatic and is 'lying to your face' about climate threatsfoxnews → ●18 January 2023 (LINK)

Olaf Scholz at Davos: 2022 'challenged us as never before'dw18 January 2023 (LINK)

Colombian President Petro blames 'capitalism' for climate change and potential 'extinction of life' on Earthfoxnews ● →18 January 2023 (LINK)

Brazil on a new economic and environmental roadmapweforum18 January 2023 (LINK)

Eskom reality check: it will NOT get better any time soon, regardless of SA's WEF sales pitch/PRdailymaverick.co.za18 January 2023 (LINK)

World Economic Forum declares new crisesamericanmilitarynews.com18 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos 2023: CEOs buzz about ChatGPT-style AI at World Economic Forumreuters/rappler18 January 2023 (LINK)

Filmmaker Oliver Stone slams environmental movement over 'destructive' actions on nuclearcnbc18 January 2023 (LINK)

— It's going to be a miserable existence if we have worse and worse hurricanes, fires, droughts. It's frightening," Oliver Stone tells CNBC. "We had the solution [nuclear power] — and the environmental movement, to be honest, just derailed it," he says. Stone's documentary, "Nuclear Now," adds to the ongoing debate and discussion about nuclear power and its role in the years ahead.

Bitcoin Suisse explains why Swiss is a crypto pivot point: Davos 2023cointelegraph18 January 2023 (LINK)

In Davos, Blockchain Yields More Promises Than Problems: a United Nations official makes the case for the underlying technology behind cryptocurrencies: Advit Nath, controller and director of the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development and a regional ambassador for the Global Blockchain Business Councilcoindesk18 January 2023 (LINK)

— About half of the estimated 500 companies attending the 2023 annual World Economic Forum (WEF) event in Davos, Switzerland, are technology companies and startups. The conversations I've overheard or been a part of, so far, have concerned the pragmatic (using blockchain for traceability), the political (using blockchain for anti-corruption), the futuristic (decentralized finance and the metaverse) and the hopeful (incentivizing climate action through Web3).

CBDCs need to find a 'real problem' to solve, says South African RB governorcointelegraph18 January 2023 (LINK)

Twitter Files Journalist Outlines How Musk Is Countering the Leftist World Economic Forum Agendanewsbusters.org * →18 January 2023 (LINK)

* — "The WEF is a leftist organization that promotes Orwellian initiatives, such as the "recalibration" of "free speech" online. The WEF is also the same radical organization that legitimized an insane idea of microchipping children."

Davos 2023: Thirty years on, author Neal Stephenson discusses his metaverse vision with Metareuters / euronews18 January 2023 (LINK)

New Initiative to Help Unlock $3 Trillion Needed a Year for Climate and Nature: Giving to Amplify Earth Action (GAEA)cnbcafrica.com17 January 2023 (LINK)

— New initiative, Giving to Amplify Earth Action (GAEA), will leverage philanthropic capital to help generate the $3 trillion needed each year from public and private sources to tackle climate change and nature loss. GAEA is a ground-breaking initiative supported by more than 45 major philanthropic, public and private sector partners

The recent agreement at the UN Biodiversity Conference (CBD COP15) in Montreal to conserve 30% of all earth and sea looks bold but fragile in the face of a rising biodiversity crisis. Current funding is slow and inadequate, and a new approach is needed to get capital flowing.

Over 80 companies have committed to investing in trees by conserving, restoring, and growing over 7 billion trees in over 65 countries. The global goal to conserve, restore and grow 1 trillion treesweforum17 January 2023 (LINK)

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry says that despite nearly a $1 trillion committed by global philanthropies for various causes over the last few years, only 2% of this amount goes toward climate action.mountainviewtoday.ca17 January 2023 (LINK)

Ukraine first lady headlines first big day at Davos meeting: scolds leaders for failing to 'use influence'AP17 January 2023 (LINK)

How do we secure net zero in a time of turbulence? Here's what business leaders sayweforum17 January 2023 (LINK)

The worry in Davos: Globalization is under siegewashingtonpost ●17 January 2023 (LINK)

— This year's WEF theme, a plaintive appeal to find "cooperation in a fragmented world," seems possessed by the ruptures that have already taken place.

Davos organizers: Elon Musk wasn't invited despite what he saysground.news: 31 sources17 January 2023 (LINK)

'Succession' has nothing on Davos: Elite conclave mulls next leaderpolitico17 January 2023 (LINK)

— Schwab has grown WEF's $6,000 startup capital in 1971 into a $390 million a year business, turning a once sleepy organization into the think tank world's FIFA.

Who is Klaus Schwab, the WEF organizer becoming a bogeyman to conservatives?washingtonexaminer → 21 January 2023 (LINK)

— Schwab is often depicted as the ultimate puppetmaster in the global cabal.

Coursera set to integrate ChatGTP into courses says CEO Jeff Maggioncaldasource17 January 2023 (LINK)

Are tech titans really hearing their investors?source17 January 2023 (LINK)

— Some, perhaps, shouldn't even be in attendance given how far their fundamentals and stock prices have fallen. I think a more measured approach would have sent a needed signal to markets that tech execs are listening, and want to get out of this funk before 2025.

WEF: Education is key to driving sustainability in blockchain and beyondcointelegraph17 January 2023 (LINK)

The Davos conundrum: The not-so-turbulent twentiesaxios17 January 2023 (LINK)

Sen. Joe Manchin calls 'open press system' in US a 'problem' during Davos panelfoxnews ●17 January 2023 (LINK)

Liberals trash Kyrsten Sinema's outfit at World Economic Forum: 'Why is she dressed like a sheep?'foxnews ●17 January 2023 (LINK)

Davos: Global Recession Likely in 2023newsmax.com16 January 2023 (LINK)

Chief Executives, Economists Brace for Recession as Davos Begins: Two fifths fear company failure within decade, PWC poll findsbloomberg ●16 January 2023 (LINK)

Palantir CEO Predicts Hiring While Preparing for Economic Slowdownreuters / usnews.com16 January 2023 (LINK)

Does the Davos conference really have the answers to the world's problems?Guardian16 January 2023 (LINK)

Climate leaders say 3 conversations need to happen at the World Economic Forum this week to lock in a sustainable future: More climate finance deals, Getting out of 'silos' and addressing interlinked crises, like climate and health, A plan to redirect fossil-fuel subsidies to clean energyBusiness Insider16 January 2023 (LINK)

Climate Change Leads to More Malaria, Tuberculosis up in a Recessionusnews.com16 January 2023 (LINK)

World Economic Forum Managing Director on Biggest Global Challenges for the Next Decadecoindesk16 January 2023 (LINK)

The 5 key talking points set to dominate the agenda at this year's World Economic Forumeuronews16 January 2023 (LINK)

  • The cost of living crisis
  • The ongoing war in Ukraine
  • The climate crisis
  • The growing food crisis
  • The 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'

The green trade row dividing the Davos eliteBBC16 January 2023 (LINK)

The story of day one at Davos 2023wweforum16 January 2023 (LINK)

As elites arrive in Davos, conspiracy theories thrive onlineAP16 January 2023 (LINK)

Economic woes, war, climate change on tap for Davos meetingAP16 January 2023 (LINK)

Semafor Davos Daily: Deglobalization or reglobalization?semafor.com16 January 2023 (LINK)

What you need to know about technologyweforum16 January 2023 (LINK)

Swiss president launches global alliance for building cultureswissinfo16 January 2023 (LINK)

Scaramucci's SkyBridge bets on $35k bitcoin, targets crediteuronews16 January 2023 (LINK)

Accenture Executive David Treat says future of Crypto self custody will be portabilitymoneycontrol.com16 January 2023 (LINK)

Young 'Global Shapers' hungry for changedw15 January 2023 (LINK)

How to create a healthy ocean that benefits everyoneweforum15 January 2023 (LINK)

How can Davos accelerate COP15 momentum on nature and biodiversity?weforum15 January 2023 (LINK)

  • Embed nature and biodiversity into business and financial decision making
  • Unlock public and private financing for conservation and restoration of critical ecosystems
  • Ensure an equitable and just transition

Climate activists protest over 'big oil hijacking debate'ground.news: 10 sources15 January 2023 (LINK)

— The annual meeting of global business and political leaders in Switzerland starts on Monday. It will be attended by some 1,500 business leaders, including major energy firms like BP, Chevron and Saudi Aramco. Scores of climate activists have gathered in Davos to protest against the role of big oil companies at the World Economic Forum (WEF). Global threats including climate change are on the agenda.

President Ramaphosa cancels trip to World Economic Forum as load shedding crisis deepensnews24.com15 January 2023 (LINK)

WEF Davos 2023: What insights to read from the World Economic Forumweforum13 January 2023 (LINK)

  1. Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2022
  2. Global Risks Report 2023
  3. Markets of Tomorrow Report 2023
  4. The Future of Jobs Report 2020
  5. Jobs of Tomorrow: Social and Green Jobs for Building Inclusive and Sustainable Economies
  6. Global Parity Alliance: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Lighthouses 2023
  7. Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2022
  8. Travel & Tourism Development Index 2021: Rebuilding for a Sustainable and Resilient Future
  9. Travel & Tourism Development Index 2021: Rebuilding for a Sustainable and Resilient Future
  10. The Net-Zero Industry Tracker
  11. BiodiverCities by 2030: Transforming cities' relationship with nature

Global Risks 2033: Tomorrow's Catastrophesweforum11 January 2023 (LINK)

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