The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross spoke to Euronews at Davos on adapting to climate change.
The top global finance players descend on the Swiss resort on Jan 21. Here's why.
Fundamental change is needed to help children learn the skills needed to meet transformations in the way we work, a panel moderated by Euronews has heard.
Countries around the world are gearing up for the arrival of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. On the African continent, South Africa wants to lead its implementation
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar hosts a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions.
Cities are the engines of growth. This was the conclusion when the 12th Astana Economic Forum examined the drivers of growth in the modern world, under the theme of “Inspiring growth: People, Cities, Economies”.
We’re entering an unpredictable era where lack of certainty is the only constant - this is a key takeaway from two packed and inspiring days at the Astana Economic Forum.
Under the spotlight at this years Astana Economic Forum are the challenges of ensuring sustainable urban growth in Kazakhstan and across the rest of the planet.
After 11 years in business, the Astana Economic Forum (AEF) is regarded as one of the most influential international platforms for discussing the recovery and development of the global economy and financial system
Our correspondents in Davos look back at the top moments from the World Economic Forum.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel championed globalisation and multilateralism in the face of populism in her keynote address at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Euronews caught up with Davos attendees on the bus commute, finding out the many reasons why people go.
The World Economic Forum kicks off on Tuesday as some of the world's most influential people gather in the Swiss mountain town of Davos.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Isabelle Kumar and Sacha Vakulina break down the key events from day one at the World Economic Forum.
Euronews takes a look at the cost of being a World Economic Forum member, and whether attendance at the annual meeting is representative and inclusive.
The Davos ‘elite’ are still pretending we have time to fix the climate crisis. We don’t. We have already entered into a new phase of climate change, one in which the impacts are coming faster and more intensively and we have to act immediately to avoid an even more catastrophic disaster.
Leaders in politics and business are gathering in the mountain resort of Davos in Switzerland ahead of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting.
What are the most likely risks we will face this year, and how significant will they be? Some of the world's most influential people have given their views.
Six Europeans countries figure in the top 10 most competitive nations globally, according to the World Economic Forum.
Isabelle Kumar talks to Brazil President Michel Temer. They discuss the country's fragile economic recovery and, of course, his country's longstanding battle against corruption
Argentinian President Mauricio Macri is vowing to bring his country back onto the world stage.
"When the United States grows, so does the world”
'Brexit will not derail European growth' - Euronews spoke to European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Pierre Moscovici
The EU's Economic and and Financial Affairs Commissioner talks to euronews' Sasha Vakulina.
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar asks Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa about his vision for the future of the Eurozone and Europe's economic expansion.
The Polish leader tells Euronews' Sasha Vakulina about his country's economic recovery and future relations with the European Union.