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- Shereen Bhan of Indian business TV channel CNBC-TV18 helps us look ahead to Day 3 at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2022.
- Companies to announce action on climate change.
- Plus: artist Harry Yeff on the emotional impact of turning a voice into a work of digital art.
Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor of Indian business news channel CNBC-TV18, came to the Radio Davos booth to look ahead to Day 3 when climate change is a major topic.
Also on this episode, we get the latest on COVID-19 and the risk of future pandemics. Plus artist Harry Yeff on the emotional impact of turning a voice into a work of digital art.
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