Anna Bruce-Lockhart is an editor at the World Economic Forum, Geneva.
From Shakira to Xi Jinping, these are the video highlights from the first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Some of the most head-turning announcements from Chinese Presient Xi Jinping's opening address at Davos this year.
This dire prediction for the world in 2050 need not come true, argues a new report, if we take a few precautions.
We asked 15 artists, architects, film-makers, chefs and activists coming to Davos this year what they would say to the world's most powerful people.
The Seattle-based artist uses climate sensors, termites and thousands of people to create his nature-inspired sculptures, one of which is on show at Davos this year.
Carbon-hungry plants are sucking more man-made pollution out of the atmosphere than ever. But why? And will it last?
Women will earn 13.9% less than men this year, for the same work. Equal Pay Day serves as a reminder of the intolerable persistence of that fact.
Gobernanza global, buena gobernanza, gobernanza deficiente: al igual que con tantas palabras de moda en el campo del desarrollo internacional, la palabra tiene un significado diferente pa...
In many developing countries girlhood is still an ineluctable march towards early marriage and lifelong disadvantage, despite efforts to improve women's rights on a global scale.
¿Está mejorando la vida en este planeta? Cuando se trata del progreso de las naciones, ¿cómo se determina qué es lo que tiene mayor importancia? Hay riqueza, hay salud y hay libertades hu...
With our working lives increasingly under threat, we need to upskill and retool just to survive. But how can we predict which skills we’ll need the most?
One country is achieving the right balance between well-being and environmental sustainability, according to the Happy Planet Index 2016.
From fintech to fine particle air pollution, from the British referendum to the South China Seas, all the big topics in current affairs had an airing at this year's World Economic Forum i...
What’s happening to China’s economy? Will we still be driving cars in 10 years’ time? What next after Brexit?
There's nothing more positive in economics than investing in people. But how do you measure its effectiveness?