Latest World Economic Forum News

Social value investor presentation 28 June 2022
Toronto hosts Collision tech conference amid growing global acclaim for University of Toronto startups
Lost education significant and long-term cost to bear
“The post-COVID world must not just build back better
Macquarie Asset Management appoints Chief Sustainability Officer
Fortescue Future Industries and Qlimate to explore quantum solutions in green hydrogen
UNITAR Joins Global Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship
Pandemic creates new billionaire every 30 hours — now million people could fall into extreme poverty
HKUST Appoints Prof. Nancy IP as Fifth President
Managing micromanager in new world of hybrid work
Healthy Ageing 50: call for leaders transforming world to be better place in which to grow older
University of Sydney rises in QS subject rankings
Australian women suffering high levels of mental distress due to financial insecurity
New KPMG Nature Positive Challenge to back Australias most impactful eco-startups
Testing how seaweed biofilters could improve Reef water quality
Campaign to put transport at centre of national recovery
Future for women in Afghanistan: Self-learning to step forward
It’s International Women’s Day – and everything is not OK
Swinburne international alum inspiring change together with her guide dog Elke
Maharashtra Government and leading Indian businesses collaborate on bolder EV action
Australia needs new positive narrative
New ICRC executive team appointed
COSMIC Among First to be Named to Global Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative
AI for Social Impact series continues Jan. 28 with ‘Science of Science’
Why is Greenpeace talking about taxing super rich?
Australia’s billionaires double fortunes during pandemic as global inequality grows
World Economic Forum declares climate crisis biggest global threat
Trump and Thunberg share storytelling skills
AICD study looks at Australian boardroom approach to climate governance
Greens call for increase in WGEA’s powers
Hertie School and UNITAR Partner to Empower Future Leaders Worldwide
UNITAR, Institute for Industrial Policy Studies and Taylor Institute
Fortescue Future Industries takes to global stage at COP26
Climate Governance Initiative Australia – COP26 Statement
‘Unicorns’ are on rise in emerging-market nations
Australia needs ‘mental wealth’ lens on post-COVID recovery
Young people take centre stage at global conference on climate crisis
Brain and Mind Centre mental health modelling recognised globally