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The world can recover from COVID-19, but can we seize this opportunity to make it a greener, fairer and smarter place? This podcast from the World Economic Forum follows the progress of the Great Reset - as stakeholders from business, government and society seek to change how the world works, putting people and planet at the heart of everything we do
 
The COVID 19 Pandemic has changed our lives. Some say forever. Investigative journalist Adam Shand speaks to experts in their fields to explore what might be our new norm. A vaccine may help us return to normal but is Australia still vulnerable to the next viral pandemic? It’s globalisation versus localism, an opportunity for this island continent to re-set for safety and self-reliance.
 
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Dr Keith Suter of LiSTNR’s Global Truths podcast says we will emerge stronger than ever from the pandemic. Austrade’s Cherelle Murphy agrees, her prediction that Australia would have a summer like no other was prescient, while Kendra Banks from employment group Seek says job ads are at an all-time high. As Australia moves into winter, our future li…
 
May 2021. Australia has been pursuing an elimination strategy against Covid-19 as we try to restart the economy without opening our international borders. The recovery has outstripped predictions but it’s fragile as India suffers a catastrophic second wave with a double mutant strain that has now reached our shores. The challenge is to vaccinate th…
 
What do you get if you bring together two dozen heads of state, 56O leaders of the world’s biggest companies, scientists, campaigners and academics from around the world? We listen back on some of the highlights from the Davos Agenda Week.
 
Iron Man Robert Downey Jr explains why he’s now a green venture capitalist, and what we should say to climate change deniers. Ravi Velloor, associate editor of The Straits Times joins us to look ahead to the action on the final day of the Davos Agenda. Plus: Forum President Borge Brende on resetting geopolitics.…
 
Alyson Shontel of Business Insider joins us to look ahead to Day 4 of the Davos Agenda and we discuss the dangers of a possible ‘cyber pandemic’ with the head of the Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Plus an interview with naturalist Jane Goodall.
 
Ryan Heath, Senior Editor at POLITICO, joins us to look ahead at a day focusing on the environment when John Kerry, US President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, is due to speak. We also interview Mark Carney, the former central banker who is finding ways to make big finance combat climate change.
 
Rachana Shanbhogue of The Economist helps us look ahead to the first day of the Davos Agenda week where COVID-19 is in focus. And we hear interviews with architect Sir David Adjaye and photographer Sebastião Salgado, winners of this year’s Crystal Awards.
 
Radio Davos is reporting daily from the Davos Agenda week - five days of top-level discussions with leaders from business, government, academia and science seeking solutions to the world’s biggest problems. Journalists from around the world talk us through the main themes and we hear from the people making change happen.…
 
What are the biggest advances in science and technology today that might transform the way we all live, work, and confront the world’s biggest challenges, in the next 3-5 years? Find out in this podcast from Scientific American and the World Economic Forum
 
Despite global calls to ‘build back better’, COVID-19 has widened inequalities and created greater instability for the most vulnerable. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz joins the head of UNICEF and three vaccine manufacturers to discuss what needs to be done to change that.
 
Growth in jobs ads is a promising sign for 2021. SEEK.com’s managing director Australia New Zealand Kendra Banks talks about employment trends in Australia and around the world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย LiSTNR
 
There are signs of economic recovery in Australia after government put money in the hands of the poor. Some say this must continue to safeguard the future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย LiSTNR
 
The COVID 19 Pandemic has changed our lives. Some say forever. Investigative journalist Adam Shand speaks to experts in their fields to explore what might be our new norm. A vaccine may help us return to normal but is Australia still vulnerable to the next viral pandemic? It’s globalisation versus localism, an opportunity for this island continent …
 
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and former US Secretary of State John Kerry join the discussion on impact COVID-19 has had on public confidence in the ability of leaders and institutions to prepare for unexpected risks. What new forms of cooperation, bold ideas and reforms are needed for business, policy-makers and civil society to bui…
 
As the United States grapples with the global economic and health crisis, how can its foreign policy help shape the global recovery? How can it deploy its resources to serve the global good? A special panel of experts weighs in from the World Economic Forum’s U.S. Global Future Council: Daniel Drezner, Tufts University; Danielle Pletka, American En…
 
This episode is the audio from the latest Great Reset Dialogue, a discussion on how best to use advanced technologies such as machine learning and robotics, with Colombian President Ivan Duque, Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The session is introduced by the World Economic Forum’s Head of Public and Soci…
 
We might be ‘all in this together’ but COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on women and minorities. This episode includes highlights from the Jobs Reset Summit and an interview with Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, head of the UN agency working for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.…
 
COVID-19 has added to the threat to jobs already imposed by changing technology. How can we get the new skills needed to cope? On Day 3 we have highlights of the Jobs Reset Summit so far and an interview with an inspirational teacher on the things we really need to teach in school.
 
Are workers and wages a cost that companies should cut back as much as possible, or are they all organisations’ most valuable asset worthy of greater investment? On Day 2 we have highlights of the Jobs Reset Summit so far and an interview that looks into that very question.
 
As COVID bites, one in two of us fear losing our job in the next 12 months. The World Economic Forum’s Jobs Reset Summit will seek ways for a brighter world of work, Forum Managing Director Saadia Zahidi explains.
 
An increasing number of companies claim to be serving the interests of society and the environment as well as making money for their owners. But how can we make sure this actually happens? ‘Impact investors’ Michael O'Leary and Warren Valdmanis, authors of the book ‘Accountable’ tell us.
 
Almost four years since Donald Trump announced ‘America First’, is the world a more divided place. Did COVID bring us together for a common purpose, or further accelerate nationalism and populism. A panel of experts from the US, China, India and UK discuss ‘revitalizing global partnership’.
 
The fourth and final daily podcast from the week at #SDI20, featuring leaders of major multinationals committed to net-zero carbon emissions. And India's largest renewable energy company tells us about how we can hope to achieve the UN’s global goal of getting affordable and clean energy to all.
 
Latest highlights from #SDI20 include leaders of global accounting firms on new global standards to measure companies’ progress on environmental, social and governance issues. And social entrepreneur Carlo Delantar on UN Sustainable Development Goal 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production.
 
Hear highlights of the summit so far, including naturalist Jane Goodall, King Abdullah of Jordan and Colombian President Ivan Duque, plus an interview with Google.org head Jacquelline Fuller on what the tech giant is doing to advance the UN global goals.
 
The Great Reset goes daily this week, with special episodes from the World Economic Forum’s SDIS - a four-day event looking at how to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We hear about the event, and from disabilities Edward Ndopu on what those goals mean to him.
 
Governments have spent more than $10 trillion to contain COVID-19 and its economic impact. How much of that could, should, and will go into improving the way we do things, for the sake of the planet and the future of jobs?
 
If ‘Greed is Good’ was the mantra for business in the 1980s, it’s now time to drop ‘market fundamentalism’ and declare ‘Greed is Dead’. That’s the title of a new book co-authored by this week’s guest, Oxford University economist John Kay.
 
How great are the challenges for companies to recover from the COVID crisis, and will they have the resources and incentives to embrace the ‘stakeholder’ economy? OECD chief Ángel Gurría and joins corporate leaders and experts from the US, China and Singapore on the latest Great Reset Dialogue.
 
Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum has co-authored a book setting out his vision of the Great Reset; and a new report shows why we should work with, rather than against nature, to deliver clean growth and hundreds of millions of jobs this decade.
 
The new Great Reset podcast with Robin Pomeroy looks at Mission Possible - seizing the chance to make heavy industry climate-neutral, with the Forum's Dominic Waughray, UK minister Kwasi Kwarteng, UN energy envoy Damilola Ogunbiyi, COP26 champion Nigel Topping, and the CEOs of Heathrow Airport and Bank of America.…
 
In the latest Great Reset dialogue, John Kerry, Jan Vapaavuori, Hilary Cottam, Mohammad Jaafar, Bob Moritz, Geraldine Matchett, Phillip Atiba Goff, Saadia Zahidi and Borge Brende discuss how to rebuild the ‘social contract’ in a world where millions of people have lost their jobs and faith in democracy is under extreme pressure.…
 
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed speaks at this week’s Great Reset Dialogue, seeking a better, fairer, greener global economy as we rebuild out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Other speakers include: Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey, RockCreek Founder and CEO Afsaneh Beschloss, Ning Zhu, Professor of Finance, Tsinghua University in Shanghai and …
 
World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab and HRH Prince of Wales launch the Great Reset - a call to build a greener, smarter and fairer world as we seek a way out of the COVID-19 pandemic. They are joined by the heads of the UN, IMF and major global companies, among others
 
We have lost a sense of control in our lives. How will political and business leaders approach the future and more importantly how will we refocus our financial growth as individuals and as a nation? What we choose to do now will shape our future. Hear from Futurist Mark Pesce, Psychologist Cass Dunn, Business leader Mark Bouris, Executive Coach Ma…
 
COVID-19 exposed the flaws in our society and the human species. Do we leave old ways behind and build our defenses for the pandemics to come and what will our economic fortunes look like? Does human behaviour really change in the long run? Hear from Dr Mei Ling Doery, Global Affairs and Economist Dr Keith Suter and Economist Tim Harcourt. See omny…
 
The COVID 19 Pandemic has changed our lives. Some say forever. Investigative journalist Adam Shand speaks to experts in their fields to explore what might be our new norm. A vaccine may help us return to normal but is Australia still vulnerable to the next viral pandemic? It’s globalisation versus localism, an opportunity for this island continent …
 
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