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Davos 2023 Day 2: the economy and the climate

It’s a fragmented world - can humanity learn to cooperate to solve the big issues? Bloomberg climate change reporter, host of the Zero podcast, Akshat Rathi, joins us to look at Day 2 of Davos 2023.

Saadia Zahidi, head of the Forum’s Centre for the New Economy and Society picks her priorities for Davos 2023 and, as the World Economic Forum published its latest Chief Economists Outlook, ADP’s Chief Economist Nela Richardson gives her assessment of the economy in the year to come.

Davos shines a spotlight on the situation in Iran, Iranian-British actress and activist Nazanin Boniadi tells us why the power of women is an unstoppable political force.

Another Middle Eastern artist who uses her platform to campaign for human rights, singer Farah Siraj, often referred to as the ‘Music Ambassador of Jordan’, talks about the transformational power of music

The head of energy at the Forum, Roberto Bocca tells us about important discussions in Davos on that crucial subject.

People on this episode:

Akshat Rathi, host of the Zero podcast from Bloomberg

Roberto Bocca, head of Energy, Materials and Infrastructure at the World Economic Forum

Saadia Zahidi, head of the Forum’s Centre for the New Economy and Society

Nela Richardson, ADP Chief Economist

Nazanin Boniadi, actress and activist

Farah Siraj, singer and activist

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