Why are carbon emissions still rising? Why are climate negotiations failing to act? Blame the fossil fuel companies joining in discussions at Davos.
Greta Thunberg ignored a barb about studying economics and repeated her call for the world to treat global warming as a crisis.
Lebanese politicians have broken their promises in the past and have few credible ideas on how to end the country's dire economic crisis.
In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić said joining the European Union was of the “utmost significance” for the Serbian people.
Prince Charles said teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg was "remarkable".
The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross spoke to Euronews at Davos on adapting to climate change.
"It’s not about giving handouts, it’s about giving a hand up," said the CEO of a philanthropic organisation in Africa.
The British heir to the throne has been championing environmentally friendly policies for decades.
"We're going to start negotiating," Trump said at Davos, repeating his familiar mantra that the US has been treated "horribly unfairly" in past deals.
She said the EU will lead in areas like climate change and data protection in order to become more assertive on the world stage.
The report finds that, despite the gap having closed in recent years, progress is slowing – last year it was estimated that it would be 202 years until full parity was achieved.
"Do your job," said Vučić. "You are sovereign states. Serbia is a sovereign state. We do everything that is for the best for our people and for our country.”
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg turns to sarcasm to make her point on climate change as her nemesis Donald Trump hits out at the "prophets of doom".
An annual report released ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos also said that 1% of the richest people in the world own more than two times the wealth of 6.9 billion people.
For the fourth consecutive year, the WEF's annual meeting in Davos will be carbon-neutral, according to organisers.
Watch: Greta Thunberg attends rally in Switzerland ahead of Davos
The top global finance players descend on the Swiss resort on Jan 21. Here's why.