For over a year, countries have struggled to address a pandemic that respects no borders, destroys lives and livelihoods, and deepens pre-existing global challenges like inequality, climate change and education.
With less than a decade left to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Forum's fully virtual Sustainable Development Impact Summit 2021 (20-23 September) will bring together global leaders from diverse sectors, disciplines and geographies.
Ensuring the world exits the pandemic stronger than it entered it will only be possible if leaders work together across sectors and borders to share and deploy know-how, innovation and promising approaches to accelerate the recovery.
Climate migrants are increasing across the developing world as people struggle with droughts, heatwaves, storms on a scale never seen before.
It’s time we reassess how we treat the natural world if we are to avoid similar disasters like the COVID-19 pandemic in the future.
Radio Davos collects highlights from the 2021 Sustainable Development Impact Summit as the world gears up for the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow.
Hindou Ouarou Ibrahim says ecocide becoming a crime would be a significant change in environmental protection - and the world should learn from indigenous people.
With the right approach, AI can become a sustainable technology and a key tool in mitigating the worst impacts of climate change.
The pandemic undermined women's and girls’ health and their fundamental rights and we must learn lessons to establish a course for redress.
This is what business leaders said at the Sustainable Development Impact Summit 2021 on how the private sector is leading the shift to a sustainable future.
Funders must see communities as partners rather than 'problems to solve'. A funder and a foundation discuss how we can rewrite the rules of philanthropy.
Using mobile technology and existing food sector systems, this startup is connecting hungry people with sources of help, supporting food banks and charities.
The 1% SDG Club advocates for just 1% of global private sector capital to be put towards investments that will directly promote the UN's SDGs.
As part of Italy’s G20 presidency, you can visit an urban park in Rome by app or in person, to discover how we can create a more sustainable world.
Cryptocurrency could potentially be a good alternative to traditional banking in Africa, because this only requires a smartphone.