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Coronavirus has highlighted the need for preventative healthcare, an investment in healthy ageing and the critical role of technology in rebuilding health.
Here's how governments around the world can maximise the economic opportunities that lie in nature – as examples from Costa Rica and Germany demonstrate.
The banking industry has to walk the tightrope of balancing relief with financial responsibility.
The pandemic has opened up an opportunity for international investors and companies to invest in infrastructure in emerging markets.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution isn't a panacea for the problems humanity faces. Could a strategy based on 'insured resilience' be the answer we need?
COVID-19 and investor demands are driving change in the oil and gas sector. Here are three ways the industry can play its part in the Great Reset.
COVID showed us the world can mobilize to tackle a major threat - can we do the same to beat climate change and inequality? A panel of experts think so.
Infrastructure must be made sustainable, secure and resilient, and must work within the planet’s means. This is how this can be achieved.
Governments and businesses have shown they have the ability to deal with a global crisis. With the same determination, they can tackle climate change.
The energy transition will help nations build the capacity to absorb shocks from pandemics and other disruptions.
Countries, cities and businesses are aiming for 'net-zero' emissions - where any human-produced carbon dioxide or other climate-changing emissions are removed from the atmosphere.
To create a more resilient world we need to overcome our instincts and embed rare and unimaginable threats into our psyche, say risk experts.
Our healthy future cannot be achieved without putting the health and well-being of populations at the centre of public policy.
Social entrepreneurs and other front-line actors have a key role to play in achieving the Great Reset and meeting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.