Davos 2023

Davos 2023: What you need to know about climate, nature and energy

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The planet faces numerous interconnected crises including climate change, here's what you need to know about solving them. Image: Unsplash/NASA

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An infographic showing how gas pries have risen this year.
How gas prices have risen this year and how emissions must be reduced. Image: IEA

43%

How much emissions need to drop by 2030

2.3bn

The number of people that were food insecure in 2021

20m

The number of Africans facing extreme hunger

7%

The share of global emissions from the concrete and cement industry
Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman, Siemens AG

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3 key levers to address the urgent global food crisis

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Can we meet the Paris Agreement goal of keeping temperature increases to well below 2°C?

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Nature and climate on the agenda during the Annual Meeting 2023 in DavosThe climate and nature crisis in numbersWhat to read: Saving the planet on AgendaA selection of resources on nature and climate from the World Economic ForumUnderstanding key prioritiesNature and climate videos to watch Take our climate change poll

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