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In focus: Sustainable Development Impact Summit

Governments’ top ally for sustainable policies: 4IR technologies. How much progress are we making? Without better data, we can’t know. Show us the money: financing sustainable development. Decarbonise your city in 12 steps. How India could gain $11 trillion: taking the lead on climate action.

Strategic Intelligence From COVID-19 to blockchain, energy, global governance and more, explore and monitor the forces shaping our world.

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How the world’s cities can help Afghan refugees. The top 10 innovations to tackle mental ill-health. How to build a brand that will help retain employees.

Reshaping opportunities in Africa The head of African Teen Geeks on creating a pipeline of tech leaders in our latest Meet the Leader podcast.

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Forget back to the office? Companies change plans for the delta variant. The most daring sting ever: a phone for criminals, run by the police. Ending the dark ages of obesity medicine: the future of weight loss. Can globalization be improved? A look at 6 narratives.

Business and Sustainable Development

The future of food, COVID-19 care, plastic recycling and other initiatives related to the Sustainable Development Impact Summit

The World Economic Forum in the news

Forum plans return to Davos next year. (Financial Times)

A female leader for Japan? Cites Gender Gap Report. (Washington Post)

A larger international role for China. Quotes Prof Klaus Schwab. (China Daily)

Uganda aims to balance environment and oil activities. Cites Forum data. (Observer - Uganda)

Drones to deliver COVID-19 jabs. Coverage of Forum initiative. (Fortune)

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