Threats to the environment dominate the annual Risks Report, but risks in space and the metaverse are causing increasing concern. Radio Davos reports.
As leaders convene at the Davos Agenda, 17-21 Jan, the Global Risks report 2022 delivers a strong message to overcome divisions and come together to face global risks.
What changes to supply chains will 2022 bring? Business leaders explain the importance of building resilient and sustainable supply chains post-pandemic.
What are the big risks facing the world in the next 10 years? Check it out in The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2022.
The global risks identified in this year’s Global Risks Report demonstrate the need for organizational resilience and learning from the failures and successes of the past two years.
We must not let the risks of a disorderly net-zero transition become an excuse for slowing the journey to net-zero. Instead, we should grasp the opportunities that this change will create.
World Economic Forum: This year's Report, shares the results of the latest Global Risks Perception Survey (GRPS) in the context of the current global outlook, followed by an analysis of g...
Watch the livestreamed session about the World Economic Forum's 17th edition of the Global Risks Report 2022 on 11 January 2022 at 10:00 CET.
As the digital economic landscape evolves and cyber risks accelerate, organisations should have cyber resilience plans in place to address emerging threats
Extreme weather events like forest fires are fuelling demand for better ways to protect our homes. Gels, foams, foil wraps and drones are some of the innovations currently in use.
Cambodia's digital currency, Bakong, enables users without a bank account to make payments and transfers through a mobile app.
Tulio de Oliveira, the scientist who alerted the WHO about the Omicron variant, proposes how to support countries to build genomic surveillance capabilities.
Rapid antigen tests are now more accessible than ever in supermarkets and pharmacies, so it is important that everyone knows how to use them correctly.
The need to mainstream bitcoin and regulate cryptocurrency markets is likely to accelerate research into reducing the cost of storing renewable energy.