The Open Forum Davos 2022 is hosting a series of panel discussions on 23-26 May, all open to the public upon registration.
Panellists include human rights activist and Nobel Peace Laureate Nadia Murad, Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko, climate activist Vanessa Nakate, Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel and many others.
Discussion topics range from the climate crisis and youth mental health, to the war in Ukraine and the Metaverse.
Those who missed the deadline to attend in person can watch Open Forum session via webcast at

TradeTech, the set of technologies that enables global trade and its digitalization, is critical for trade and supply chain resilience and economic recovery
World Economic Forum and World Trade Organization (WTO) publish joint report – The promise of TradeTech: Policy approaches to harness trade digitalization – to reveal five policy frontiers and how global coordination could unlock more efficient trade
International policy coordination and public-private partnerships are key to ensuring fragmented regulations do not become a technical barrier for technology adoption in global trade

Pro Carton, the European Association of Carton and Cartonboard manufacturers, has released the first of a series of short video interviews with eight influential leaders across the packaging supply chain. The interviews – which feature representatives from leading stakeholders of the cartonboard and carton supply chain – discuss the impact of the recently published 4evergreen Circularity by Design Guideline for fibre-based packaging.

Consumers around the world expect to feel the bite of the ongoing energy price spike
But most people don’t blame climate policies for rising energy costs
Instead, many are aware of increasing market volatility and geopolitical tensions as key triggers
8 in 10 think its important for their country to shift away from fossil fuels to more climate friendly and sustainable energy sources

In a new interview with CMRubinWorld, John Lang, who manages the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit’s NetZero Tracker, talks with C.M. Rubin (Founder of CMRubinWorld) about the world’s race to Net Zero. Lang specializes in communicating climate science and policy to the public.

The Government of the Republic of Serbia and the World Economic Forum have established a Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR Serbia)
The Centre will be an autonomous non-for-profit organisation functioning as a platform for Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) public-private cooperation
Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Bioengineering will be key areas of focus for the Centre
Policies and frameworks developed by C4IR Serbia will be shared and scaled through a global network of 4IR Centres

Prime Minister Bennett highlights vital role of digital data technology in tackling Omicron and importance of robust cyber defence arising from pandemic-driven remote working
Trade between Israel and UAE has skyrocketed since the Abraham Accords – bridge-building with Arab neighbours will accelerate regional economic opportunities
Israel’s high-tech entrepreneurs have critical role to play in net-zero transition through innovations on water recycling, renewable energy and alt-meat

From bits to qubits, quantum science promises to disrupt the future of business, science and government as billions are invested across the public and private sector
A new Insight Report presents best-practice governance principles to guide future design and adoption as investment boomed.
It is critical to address ethical concerns well before commercialization and set standards now to ensure an equitable framework for the future.

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