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Agriculture, insurance and tourism face steep economic risks due to Arctic ice melt, write Gail Whiteman, Doug Crawford-Brown and Chris Hope.
The world's poorest farmers need help to equip themselves for climate change challenges, now and in the future, writes Bill Gates.
With the melting of the North Pole ice cap comes the likelihood of increasingly extreme weather events, write Gail Whiteman and Jeremy Wilkinson.
The 10th World Economic Forum on Latin America took place in Riviera Maya, Mexico, and brought together over 800 leaders of 45 nationalities from industry, government, academia and civil society.
Despite regional turmoil, MENA needs to continue pushing reforms and initiatives to boost productivity, create jobs and deepen economic integration.
On the occasion of the World Economic Forum on East Asia, the President of Indonesia and other dignitaries share their views on the regional implications of a changing global environment.