Latest World Economic Forum News

Australia continues to improve in 2024 Global Gender Gap ranking
Minister Rishworth To Represent Australia At OECD Forum
A renewable energy transition that doesn’t harm nature? It’s not just possible, it’s essential
What does AI mean for Australian democracy? And what can we do about it?
Could Albanese’s bet on homegrown green industries be the boost our regions deserve?
Wilderlands protects 100,000 square metres of vulnerable Australian habitat through biodiversity credits
Textile Recyclers Australia joins UNSW SMaRT Centre’s ARC Microrecycling Research Hub
Powering green growth in Asia: An interview with Asia Clean Energy Coalition’s Suji Kang
Rockwell survey reveals Australian manufacturers investing in GenAI to boost productivity
Monash University academic joins prestigious World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders
Yes, Kate Middleton’s photo was doctored. But so are a lot of images we see today
Evidence-based reform leads the way but more is needed to advance women’s careers
Algorithms are pushing AI-generated falsehoods at an alarming rate. How do we stop this?
Nine was slammed for ‘AI editing’ a Victorian MP’s dress. How can news media use AI responsibly?
HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP Attends “Winter Davos” 2024
The Doomsday Clock is still at 90 seconds to midnight. But what does that mean?
President of Argentina, Javier Milei, at WEF
Beyond GDP: Mental wealth readies societies for mega-threats
World Economic Forum recognises Schneider Electric as a Circularity Lighthouse
Nearly three quarters of millionaires polled in G20 countries support higher taxes on wealth, over half think extreme wealth is a “threat to democracy”
HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP to attend “Winter Davos”
To accelerate decarbonisation, focus on the power of electrification and digitalisation, Schneider Electric urges as Davos meeting kicks off
Wealth of three richest Australians has doubled since 2020 as cost-of-living pressures for many continue to bite: Oxfam
Just Energy Transitions: ESG Strategies, and Financing Mechanisms
Can the government’s new market mechanism help save nature? Yes – if we get the devil out of the detail
Virtual Irrigation Academy wins global climate-smart ag award
Livestock sustainability on menu
No appetite for vegetarian diet to help planet
Whose job will AI replace? Here’s why a clerk in Ethiopia has more to fear than one in California
One week to go: Gen Z have their say on what SA looks like in 2050
How are Australian women scoring on health, wealth and wellbeing?
Gender trailblazers around Australia unite this International Day of the Girl to help ‘beat the clock’ on equality
Four ways companies can align competing interests to scale up climate action
4 ways companies can align competing interests to scale up climate action
Girl and young women activists in Australia and across the world fear for safety, making gains at huge personal cost – new report
BrightHR’s CTO Alastair Brown on AI in the workplace: how to adopt it ‘correctly’
ICA joins Assistant Treasurer on insurance delegation
Insurance Council launches report to tackle nature risk
Climbing ranks: Australia’s gender equity breakthrough
Female genital cutting remains a taboo subject in Pakistan, preventing real progress from being made
Willox calls for digitalisation focus at G20 meeting
We Must Deal To This Racism
HKUST to Host World Economic Forum’s Leadership Program
Women Deliver To Deliver For Victoria
Prime Minister meets with President Xi
Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls Calls for a Feminist Human Rights-Based Economy to Tackle the Disproportionate Representation of Women…
97% of Australians want more action to stop extinctions and 72% want extra spending on the environment
Prime Minister leads trade delegation to China