- The World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting takes place in Davos from 16-20 January 2023.
- Here's a snapshot of everything you need to know this morning about the final day of Davos 2023
Welcome to the final day of the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos. All week, we've brought you a run down of what you expect, the sessions you won't want to miss, pre-reading, podcasts and everything else that's good to know. Below is your round-up for day 5.
Things you might have missed yesterday
Yesterday we heard from Yoon Suk Yeol, President of the Republic of Korea, and Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Prime Minister of Greece, at Davos 2023.
We also launched our Zero Health Gaps pledge.
And we also launched our Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate.
Sessions to watch
These are just some of the highlights of today in Davos. All times in GMT+1
09:00What Next for Monetary Policy?
10:15A New Helsinki
11:00Global Economic Outlook: Is this the End of an Era?
12:00Closing Remarks: The Road Ahead
Making a difference
Nature loss puts a huge percentage of global GDP at risk, equal to $44 trillion. The World Economic Forum is working with companies from around the world through its 1t.org initiative to counter this.
More than 80 companies have pledged over 7 billion trees in over 65 countries.
Find our more about it here, or watch the video below.
Radio Davos: Podcasts from the mountain
We're bringing you podcasts every day from Davos. They'll feature interviews, context, and insights into everything that's going on here at the Annual Meeting. Get them on our podcast page or wherever you get your podcasts.
Some reading and watching for this morning
You can keep up with the conversations and talking points this week by going to our Davos 2023 collections page on Agenda. In addition to that, here's a snapshot of some of the pieces we've published.