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The World Economic Forum's channel features all our podcast series: - "Cities of Tomorrow" discusses the tools that are needed and the policies that have to be implemented, for cities to become effective actors to help solve the world’s most pressing issues. - "A Glimpse into the Future" explores how breakthrough technologies and innovative ideas can help us shape our future. - "Mapping Global Transformations" is a podcast series featuring leading global experts who are highlighting changes ...
 
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In this COP26 special, we look at the immense challenge of making energy carbon-neutral. As the International Energy Agency records a surge in coal use and record jump in greenhouse gas emissions, its head, Fatih Birol, tells us what he wants from the climate summit. And the CEO of UK electricity market disruptor Octopus Energy says data will be th…
 
This management consulting firm’s CEO discusses its research on disruption and how leaders can both anticipate change and better manage it, making decisions quickly and effectively. He also shares personal lessons learned from early roles, like his days working as an apprentice for his father’s boat building business. Classic people skills like lis…
 
Food accounts for one-third of greenhouse gas emissions, so how can we make it sustainable? We talk to the author of Eating to Extinction about the risks of relying on a handful of food types, and learn how restaurants could play a big role in getting us to eat our greens. Guests: Dan Saladino, author of Eating to Extinction; Michael Oshman, founde…
 
Ahead of the COP26 climate summit, endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh takes us into icy - but warming - Arctic waters; UN envoy Peter Thomson calls on world leaders to act urgently to protect the ocean. And we head to the swamps of Colombia to find out why coastal ecosystems - mangroves, seagrasses and saltmarshes - are powerful allies in the fight again…
 
Despite the pandemic forcing a rapid digitalization of the economy, 3.7 billion people in the world still do not have internet access. Business and government leaders from around the world meet to discuss how to change this. Panellists:Paula Ingabire, Minister of Information and communications technology and Innovation of RwandaOmar bin Sultan Al O…
 
As Unilever's Chief Human Resource Officer, Nair is the first female, first Asian and the youngest ever person to hold that post at the company. As a result, she knows a little something about pioneering and she talked to Meet The Leader about the future of work as Unilever tests new models such as 4-day work weeks and other new programs rethinking…
 
US climate envoy John Kerry joins an in-person panel at the World Economic Forum to discuss how companies can lead the way in cutting greenhouse gas emissions. The leaders of the world’s biggest shipping and cement companies, Maersk and Holcim, tell us what they are doing.Por World Economic Forum
 
Protecting people and the planet is the biggest challenge of our lifetime and one that will require a new type of leadership. CEO Clarke Murphy understands this more than most. His firm Russell Reynolds Associates has just released a first-of-its-kind report, digging into what the new generation of leaders will need to meet sustainability goals in …
 
The president of the European Central Bank, ranked the world’s second most powerful woman by Forbes, chats with World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab about what the world needs to do to fully recover from the pandemic; the role of finance in fighting climate change; and why cryptocurrencies aren’t actually currencies at a…
 
Africa's largest computer science non-profit looks to reshape opportunity in Africa by teaching kids to code and creating a pipeline of tech leaders and entrepreneurs. Matlali built this organisation from scratch, with bootstrapping and cold calls, as she worked to transform mindsets and curriculums, and bridge equity gaps. She talks to Meet the Le…
 
After the Paris Climate agreement of 2015, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Yara shifted gears. The milestone event - held just a few months after he started at Yara - sharpened his understanding of the critical role his company could play in decarbonising food value chains. This shifts that resulted have meant new priorities and a new …
 
This former NBA basketball player changed course after his athletic career to earn a PhD in psychology and found a leadership consulting firm that leverages psychological research. He talks to Meet The Leader about how looking inward can help top execs recognize leaders throughout an organization and how everyday choices and commitments can shape s…
 
As many in the northern hemisphere head to the beach, we dispel the 'Jaws' myths and find out why sharks are vital to the ocean and the planet. And Dutch musician Don Diablo drops a summer hit that will help re-forest parts of Africa. With: Andy Cornish, Global Shark & Ray Conservation Programme Leader at WWF Don Diablo, musician Wessel van Eeden, …
 
CEO John Pearson shares the strategies this shipping and logistics company uses to simplify and focus a complex business – methods that have helped it navigate major upheavals including the COVID-19 pandemic. Special training programs - including one featuring a small red passport each staffer carries – are a special source of pride and one of seve…
 
Racist reactions at Euro 2020, possible protests at the Tokyo Games, in this episode we ask whether sport unites us, or reveals the deepest and darkest divisions in society. Interviews: Former NBA basketball player John Amaechi; sociology professor and author on racism and sport, Lori L. Martin; Olympic and Tour de France cyclist Nic Dlamini…
 
During the COVID-19 crisis, those in critical infrastructure joined doctors and nurses in the pandemic’s front line as temporary hospitals and isolation rooms were needed nearly overnight. This chairman and CEO shared how practice and routine helped the company weather the crisis and how building technologies can help tackle other complex problems …
 
On just one day in May, two US oil majors suffered a rebellion by shareholders who demanded action on climate change and a Dutch court ordered Shell to cut its greenhouse gas emissions. But was it a one-off, or are we seeing the battle for climate action move increasingly to the courts? And as some governments seek to embed the price of carbon into…
 
When most of IKEA’s global retail locations closed temporarily during the pandemic, e-commerce became the cornerstone of the business. This near overnight shift was possible, in part, thanks to a digital transition that was already several years underway, one of the biggest in the company’s 78-year-history. Barbara Martin Coppola, an alum of Google…
 
The World Economic Forum has a new podcast - Agenda Dialogues, bringing you the audio from top-level discussions on the world’s biggest issues, hosted by Forum President Borge Brende. In this Radio Davos episode we dip into three upcoming Dialogues podcasts on climate change, trade, and health.Por World Economic Forum
 
There are more forcibly displaced people than ever - 82 million - despite the pandemic making it harder to flee across borders. On World Refugee Day, Radio Davos speaks to UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, and to Victor Ochen, who grew up in a conflict zone in northern Uganda and has used his experience as a displaced person to help…
 
To meet big climate goals, consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble is redesigning both products and supply chains. In this effort, P&G Europe is pioneering many sustainable products and helping consumers build better habits for the planet. P&G Europe’s president Loic Tassel shares how his teams are helping to rethink everything from how we buy our sh…
 
The chief sustainability officer of Morgan Stanley hails from policy and journalism and basically invented her current role. She’ll explain why unique backgrounds are key to tackling sustainability, what drove the firm to dive into sustainable investing during the last recession and how finance can play a key role in addressing some of the biggest …
 
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to lead a huge company, Linda Lacina has the answers. In her podcast, Meet the Leader, she chats with a senior figure - usually a CEO - of a big organisation to find out what makes them tick and to get tips we might all learn from. This episode features the chief executive of telecoms group Verizon, Hans Vestb…
 
Axios Chief Technology Correspondent Ina Fried joins Robin Pomeroy for a look at some of the best moments of GTGS, featuring the CEOs of YouTube, Salesforce, government ministers from France and Singapore and predictions from full-time futurologists.Por World Economic Forum
 
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