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It is today’s young generations who will pay the price if we neglect our duty to minimize the effects of climate change, writes Ahmad Alhendawi.
For decades, rapid trade growth has played a vital role in economic development, but there is no reason why trade should grow faster than GDP forever, says Adair Turner.
Can faith improve the world? More than eight in ten people worldwide identify with a religion, but news coverage of religion often focuses on strife and extremism.
Catch up on the highlights from this year’s World Economic Forum on Africa, which took place in Abuja, Nigeria.
Twenty-five percent of all young people are unemployed, and finding ways to teach them new skills and find jobs is a global imperative, says Judith Rodin.
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