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After a visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, the 20 year old activist walked around the outskirts of the Swiss ski resort - and was goaded by journalists.
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The World Economic Forum at Davos has ended with a mixture of mild optimism and caution for the global economy.
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and other prominent environmentalists stage a protest on the last day of meetings at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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“War in Europe: Year Two" was the topic of one of the most thought-provoking sessions at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos.
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The EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency discussed the Twitter takeover with Euronews Next at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
UN chief calls out fossil fuel giants for ignoring climate science
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'What drives me is the unjustness': Idris Elba's food security fight
British actor Idris Elba has returned to World Economic Forum in a very different role.
Davos 2023: The 5 key issues dominating the WEF agenda this year
The theme of the 2023 World Economic Forum meeting is "Cooperation in a fragmented world" - and the problems needing global solutions are mounting up.
World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos amid fears of a recession
World Economic Forum begins in Davos amid fears of a recession and almost a year since Russia invaded Ukraine. This year’s theme is ‘Cooperation in a fragmented world’
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The World Economic Forum has held a meeting every year since it was founded in 1971. But why is Davos, as it is commonly known, so significant?
Record number of business leaders expected at Davos summit
With more than 50 heads of state and government, central bank governors, 30 trade ministers, foreign ministers and more – all in one place. It can only mean one thing.
This Ukrainian climate activist is telling their story at Davos
Illyess El Kortbi is a 25-year-old climate activist originally from Kharkiv. For them, the war in Ukraine and the climate crisis are inextricably linked.
Energy revolution at heart of South Africa's post-pandemic recovery
As the global economy tentatively recovers from the pandemic, countries including South Africa are striving to make the transition to green energy an opportunity, rather than a challenge
Former Ukrainian minister says businesses need to leave Russia
"We need to stop fuelling the Russian economy," said former Ukrainian finance minister Natalie Jaresko.
Climate change activists protest World Economic Forum in Davos
A group of climate change activists take part in a demonstration against the World Economic Forum (WEF) during the annual meeting in Davos.
Davos 2022: What to expect from this year's World Economic Forum event
World leaders are descending on the Swiss mountain resort for the WEF's belated annual meeting. Here's what the 2022 event is likely to have in store.
Saudi minister backs pink hydrogen made by ‘emancipated young ladies’
Bin Salman told the World Economic Forum of the petropower’s ambition to become a green and blue hydrogen leader too.
'World must demand the rich pay their fair share', say millionaires
"The world – every country in it – must demand the rich pay their fair share," millionaires from the US, UK, Germany, Canada, Denmark, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, and Iran wrote in an open letter.
COVID-19: Russia's capital Moscow braces for Omicron 'storm'
Health authorities warn Moscow will be the first to face the Omicron "storm" forecasted between late January amd early February.
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Professor Klaus Schwab believes a 'global reset' is possible
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