.*
9/8/18 paul oyer: fei-fei li : lei zhang - WE WELCOME q&a THE MORE MATHEMATUCAL OR HUMAN THE BETTER chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk MA stats cambridge 1973

2016 bangladesh schools go edigital nationwide :: brookings video :: Bangla video :: brac how's that
1/1/21 we have entered the most exciting decade to be alive- by 2030 we will likely know whether humans & tech wizards can save futureoflife- tech surveys indicate odds of accomplishing this greatest human mission would be lot less without spirit of a chinese american lady at stanford-...
bonus challenge for those on road to glasgow cop2 nov2021: future 8 billion peoples want to value from 2021 rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

GAMES of world record jobs involve
*pack of cards: world record jobs creators eg fei-fe li ; fazle abed ...
*six future histories before 2021 starts the decade of empowering youth to be the first sustainable generation.

problem 99% of what people value connecting or doing to each other
has changed (and accelerated in last three quarters of a century- while laws, culture and nature's diversity and health are rooted in real-world foundations that took mother earth 1945 years to build with -and that's only using the christian calendar

1995 started our most recent quater of a century with 2 people in Seattle determined to change distribution of consumers' markets - the ideas of how of bezos and jack ma on what this would involve were completely different except that they changed the purpose of being online from education knowledge to buying & selling things -
nb consuming up things is typically a zero-sum game or less if done unsustainable- whereas life-shaping knowhow multiplies value in use
from 1970 to 1995 knowhow needed to end subsistence poverty of over a billion asian villagers was networked person to person by women with no access to electricity grids- their number 1 wrjc involved partnerships linked by fazle abed - borlaug's crop science was one of the big 5 action learnings -its person to person application saved a billion people from starvation; the first 185 years of the machie age started up bl glasgow university's smith an watt in 1760 had brought humans to the 2 world wars; when people from nearly 200 nations founded the united nations at san francisco opera house 1945 chances of species survival looked poor- miraculous;y one mathematician changed that before he died 12 years later- john von neumann's legacy was both the moon race and twin artificial intel labs - one facing pacific ocean out of stanford; the other facing the atlantic out of mit boston .. who are top job creating economists by practice - health -refugee sports green hong kong..where are top tour guides around billionaire 1 2 around poverty,,, we the peoples ...

Thursday, December 31, 1970

 in 2020s trilliondollaraudit.com needed to prevent global market sectors applying wrong metrics - we have tech and 7.5 billion human brains but purposes of markets

eg market sectorts such as health education finance energy/climate "placemarket of nations" have not yet transparently applied exponential metrics smith and watt sought when starting up age of machines and humans out of glasgow univeristy- as einstein and 1930s mathematicians predicted wrong maths could end our species the more tech interconnected global village world zoomed 

xglasgow.com & 2025report.com asks what are top 10 missing open curriula connecting 2021's two most optimistic movements uniting uyouth and world leaders - davosagenda and glasgow agenda

curriculum 1 which national leaders also have a world uniting action agenda to share with world's younger hal - benchmark case india- one of 2 largest manufactures of vaccine- how can india partner ai covid everwhere- how does this connect through ir4.2 hubs - geneva-mubai-tokyo-beijing-san fran- how does india's 1.3 billion person id model linkin in SHEF -SHE-TECH; HEALTH-TECH EDUTECH FINTECH 

Special Address by Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021/sessions/special-address-by-g20-head-of-state-government-5d9a917215 via @wef brilliant 2021 agenda - which other leaders linkin - top 10 cop26 curricula at www.xglasgow.com 

WORLD LEADER REPLAYS AT FROM DAVOSAGENDA-- INDIA  CHINA  GERMANY ISRAEL ...  - COMING SOON WIN-WIN COP26 VISION ACTION DECLARATIONS  -singapore

ir4.2 4 main pillars connectivity automation artificial intel real time datat with our 1.3 billion person global id which took infosys nilekani a decade to help map- today india data available at cheapest rates and plan to link tech to villages- india software engibeers worldwide recognition- indials biggest corporate trust tata has 450000 it consultants - tata's 2nd hq is on ny's roosevelt island with its ivy league partner... every sdg success india values most will be shared with whole world; we can help sme infrastructure/supply chains mapping around globe- we are a land of possibilities infused with new energy; the corona virus reminds us that ir4.2 needs to be about universal vaue of humanity n0ot about machines needs taking over the world the way carbon energy spun as human POPUlATIONS TRIPLED SINCE BIRTH OF UNITED NATIONS AND MULTIPLIED 10 TIMES SINCE SMITH & WATT STARTED UP MACHINE AND HUMANS AGE GLASGOW UNIVERSITY 1760S

xglasgow.com asks what are top 10 news sdg curriulum connecting 2021's two most optimitic movements unitimng uyouth and world leaders - davosagenda and glasgow agenda

curriculum 1 which leaders have a world uniting exploration to share with world - benchmaKr case india- one of 2 largest manufactures of vaccine- how can india partner ai covid everwhere- how does this connect through ir4.2 hubs - geneva-mubai-tokyo-beijing-san fran- how does india's 1.3 billion person id model linkin in SHEF -SHE-TECH; HEALTH-TECH EDUTECH FINTECH 

Special Address by Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021/sessions/special-address-by-g20-head-of-state-government-5d9a917215 via @wef brilliant 2021 agenda - which other leaders linkin - top 10 cop26 curriculum at www.xglasgow.com 

WORLD LEADER REPLAYS AT FROM DAVOSAGENDA-- INDIA  CHINA  GERMANY ISRAEL ...  - COMING SOON WIN-WIN COP26 VISION ACTION DECLARATIONS  -singapore

ir4.2 4 main pillars connectivity automation artificial intel real time datat with our 1.3 billion person global id which took infosys nilekani a decade to help map- today india data available at cheapest rates and plan to link tech to villages- india software engibeers worldwide recognition- indials biggest corporate trust tata has 450000 it consultants - tata's 2nd hq is on ny's roosevelt island with its ivy league partner... every sdg success india values most will be shared with whole world; we can help sme infrastructure/supply chains mapping around globe- we are a land of possibilities infused with new energy; the corona virus reminds us that ir4.2 needs to be about universal vaue of humanity n0ot about machines needs taking over the world the way carbon energy spun as human POPUlATIONS TRIPLED SINCE BIRTH OF UNITED NATIONS AND MULTIPLIED 10 TIMES SINCE SMITH & WATT STARTED UP MACHINE AND HUMANS AGE GLASGOW UNIVERSITY 1760S

 

our thanks to www.davosagenda.com #davosagenda for biden week 2 most exciting sustainable world mediation

vote for 20 most inspiring innovation sessions From davos agenda 1edcap a-ed  2mcap  3naturecap a-forrestry  4 xcap  a-rural/med/women keynes/neumann 5netzerocop26 in or out mark/yellen- soon every emitter trsced andouted 6 birol twin dev see wef singapore may 7 israel algorithm net- end red tape- transfer water tech across uae and beyond

us kerry conc;usion: glasgow nov cop26 humanity's last best chance - each sector to bring its collaboration leaders plan 9 pepsi adri innovation hubs & demo farms needed locally 10 remap circular value chains including tech and green supplier connectivity 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

virtual davos agenda - world economic forum jan 2021 

highlights day 1 = monday 25 january timing central euro eg new york/un+6

MONDAY 25 JANUARY

13.00 XI JINPING

13.45 REIMAGINING EDUCATION- DUBAI CARES AL TURG - UNICEF FORE; MCGILL U FORTIER ; SA BROADCATING QUNTA; -RELATED PROJECTS wED1  GLOBALUNI POVERTY 1a coalition fazle-aded friends since 2011 - wEDU4.0 wEDUSKILLS

8.00 responding covid li xin-caixin: maurer red cross; gong yingying yidu tehc;  mahuta nz foreign affairs; kamineni appollo hospitals

9.00 restoring economic growth -Gideon Rachman Foreign Affairs Commentator, The Financial Times; Shanmugaratnam Senior Minister, Government of Singapore; Sri Mulyani Indrawati Ministry of Finance of Indonesia Haruhiko Kuroda Governor, Bank of Japan

10.00 net zero cities Grace Fu  Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment of Singapore Jan Suykens Ackermans & van Haaren NV; Francesco La Camera International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA); ristina Gamboa, World Green Building Council; Francesco Starace  Enel SpA Jean-Pascal Tricoire Schneider Electric

10 unlocking social entrepreneurs  Meagan Fallone , Barefoot College;;Shereen Bhan  CNBC-TV18;;Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC);;Corinne Bazina;;Vice-President, Danone Communities Fund, Danone;;Cheryl L. Dorsey Echoing Green;Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Motsepe Foundation; Hilde Schwab Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, World Economic Forum Geneva; François Bonnici Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship  Meenakshi Gupta, Goonj

11.00 advancing new social contract with half of global workforce at risk ; Hilary CottamCentre for the Fifth Social Revolution;;James Quincey Chairman The Coca-Cola Company;Pedro SánchezPrime Minister of Spain,;;Sharan BurrowInternational Trade Union Confederation (ITUC); Paul KagamePresident of Rwanda, Jo Ann Jenkins AARP;  Saadia Zahidi Managing Director, World Economic Forum Geneva

12.00 building crisis resistant health systems Warren Jude Fernandez Editor-in-Chief, The Straits Times Pascal Soriot Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca Plc Catharina Bohme Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND )Kevin Washington YMCA of the USA Mazen S. Darwazeh; President, Middle East and North Africa, Hikma Pharmaceuticals Plc ;Arnaud Bernaert Head, Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum Geneva

12.00 TARGETS/PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION  Thorold BarkerEditor, Europe & mena, The Wall Street Journal; Ray Dalio Founder, Bridgewater Associates LP ;;Robert E. Moritz Global Chairman, PwC; Rajiv Shah President, The Rockefeller Foundation;; Ann Cairns Vice-Chairman, Mastercard; Saadia ZahidiManaging Director, World Economic Forum Geneva- valuae discussion wrong metrics globally, nationally, corporately- nver reach comunity depth- countex example nz reports on 5 goals and tax impact; pwc says business councilvolunteered 20 navigation metrics; raj explains nowhewre near ai data on virus neded to unite in endig virus

14.15 COVID 2

15.30 DELIVERING THE RESKILLING REVOLUTION  Andrew McAfee Co-Founder, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy;;Asheesh Advani President, JA Worldwide;;Mariéme Jamme Founder  iamtheCODE; Iyan Roslansky CEO, LinkedIn Corporation;;Majid Jafar CEO, Crescent Petroleum; Saadia Zahidi World Economic Forum Geneva; Leena Nair Chief HR, Unilever

15.30 STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISM Edward Felsenthal TIME;;Mariana Mazzucato Professor, University College London (UCL);;Klaus Schwab Founder World Economic Forum Geneva;;;Alexander De Croo Prime Minister of Belgium;;Angelique Kidjo Musician and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador;Dan Schulman President PayPal

16.30 pursuing happiness post-covid   Lisa Witter Co-Founder Apolitical; Alex Liu Chairman, Kearney Inc.;;Tali Sharot Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London (UCL) Alison Gopnik Professor, University of California, Berkeley

17.00 restoring economies option 2   Geoff Cutmore, CNBC;;Bruno Le Maire france Minister of the Economy, Finance and the Recovery ;;Christine Lagarde President, European Central Bank;;Herbert Diess, Volkswagen AG  David Solomon ceo The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.;Peter Altmaier germany Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy

18.00 special address by antonio guterres UN 

18.00 resetting digital currencies  Sheila WarrenHead of Blockchain and Data Policy; World Economic Forum LLC;;Elizabeth Rossiello Founder, BTC Africa S.A.;;Hikmet Ersek, The Western Union Company;Andrew BaileyGovernor, Bank of England; Glenn H. Hutchins Chairman, North Island

1800 reimagining education 2   Andrew Jack Global Education Editor, The Financial Times Angela Duckworth  Professor, University of Pennsylvania; John Goodwin ceo The LEGO Foundation; Igor Tulchinsky Founder, , WorldQuant LLC

1800 delivering social justice economics Caroline Casey Founder The Valuable 500;;Peter T. Grauer Chairman, Bloomberg LP; Ashleigh Shelby Rosette Fuqua School of Business; Tatiana Clouthier Mexico Secretary of Economy, Saadia Zahidi Managing Director, World Economic Forum Geneva

1b.30 accelerating grassroots innovation john Dutton Head, Uplink;  World Economic Forum Geneva; Diego Saez-Gil Founder Pachama; Eren Bali ceo Carbon Health; Moitreyee Sinha ceo, citiesRISE;;H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

19.30 press conference Alem Tedeneke Media Lead, Canada, Latin America and Sustainable Development Goals, World Economic Forum LLC; Rebecca MarmotChief Sustainability Officer, Unilever;;Gabriela Bucher Executive Director, Oxfam International;;PilAto Musician and Activist;;;Darrick Hamilton Henry Cohen Professor of Economics and Urban Policy and University Professor, The New School 

highlights Tues Jan 26

8.00 Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism (Option 1) Anand Mahindra,Chairman,Mahindra Group;;Tito Mboweni South Africa Minister of Finance, Mohammad Abdullah Al Gergawi UAEMinister of Cabinet Affairs, Klaus Schwab Founder  World Economic Forum Geneva John Defterios EditorEmerging Markets, CNN Business;;Ilham KadriChief Executive , Solvay SA

9.00 Strengthening the Financial and Monetary System (Option 1)  Roula Khalaf Editor, The Financial Times;;Mohammed Al-Jadaan Minister of Finance,  Saudi Arabia;;Ana Botín Chairman, Banco Santander SA,Thomas Buberl ceo AXA 

 10.00 Reorienting Boards for the Long Term (Option 1) Masayuki Hyodo Chief Executive Officer, Sumitomo Corporation;;Paul Bulcke Chairman of the Board, Nestlé &...

11.00  Special Address by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission

12.00 get incolved with climate  change  Alok Sharma President, COP26 UN Framework Climate Change, UK Cabinet Office;Shinjiro Koizumi Minister of the Environment, Ministry of the Environment of Japan;Sacha de Boer  Climate Adaptation Summit, The Netherlands;;Rebecca Marmot Chief Sustainability Officer, Unilever;Feike Sybesma Honorary Chairman, Royal DSM NV;;Petteri Taalas Secretary-General, World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

 

12.00 Vaccinating the World: From Mass Production to Last-Mile Delivery (Option 1) John Nkengasong Director, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC);;Seth F. BerkleyChief Executive Officer, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; Dorothea von Boxberg Chief Commercial Officer, Lufthansa Cargo ; Frank Appel CEO, Deutsche Post DHL Group Peter Maure President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) &...

 1.00 special address by angela merkel germany

2.00 Resetting Consumption for a Sustainable Future Tim Davie Director-General, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC);;David Taylor Ceo, Procter & Gamble;;Tak Niinami Ceo, Suntory Holdings Limited;;Jennifer Morris Ceo, The Nature Conservancy;Zara Ingilizian Head of Shaping the Future of Consumption; WE Forum

2.00 Rethinking Cities for a Post-COVID Future (Option 1)Penny Abeywardena Commissioner for International Affairs, Mayor's Office, City of New York;;Jonathan T. M. Reckford Ceo, Habitat for Humanity ;;Coen van Oostrom Founder and Chief Executive Officer, EDGE, OVG Real Estate B.V.;;Sridhar Gadhi Founder , Quantela;;Jan Vapaavuori Mayor of Helsinki;;Jeff Merritt Head of IoT and Urban Transformation; WE Forum

Li Sixuan Anchor, China Central Television (CCTV);;Björn Rosengren,President and CEO, ABB Ltd;;Kathy WengelExecutive Vice-President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer, Johnson & Johnson;;Dimitri de VreezeCo-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Royal DSM NV;Jagjit Singh Srai Head, Centre for International Manufacturing, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge

15.00 Special Address by Emmanuel Macron, President of France

17.15 Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism (Option 2)  Klaus Schwab Founder, World Economic Forum Geneva;;Gillian R. Tett Editor-at-Large and Chair of theEditorial Board, The Financial Times;;Brian T. Moynihan Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America ;;Chrystia Freeland deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Canada; Marc Benioff Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce;Kristalina Georgieva Managing Director, International Monetary Fund; Laurence D. Fink Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock Inc.

help alumni f.h. abed -bios 0.pbs2005 1.2009  2019 MICRO-OBITS- scale top 50 microfranchises sustaining children - in low tech village networking we apply S*H*E*L*F -in digital networking consider U*N*I*T*S

brac top 50 microfranchises integrating bottom billion womens market economy

Safety*Health

1980s how immunisation saved quarter of poorest asians -bed uni and unicef james grant-

1980s how ending infant diarrhea nih.1  (1988)and lack of nutrition saved quarter of infants- abed uni, east pakistan cholera-lab- chens at harvard  -WORLD HEALTH 1988

1980s village pharmacy/last mile health services network 1 abeduni and china (SEE 1970S rural keynes- barefooft medics- women lift up half the sky)

end tuberculosis - abed uni pih.org gates soros 

Health*Education

brac /abed university 20 years into connecting parnerships of new girls sdg-coalition universities including tech leapfroging partners 

11+ of pre-adolescent health - teachersas well as peer to peer stdents  -see eg lancet

happy village primary  -girl empowered -world's largest non-government schools franchiser

happy village playschool - yidan prize, lego, 1st masters public service curriulum abed uni

livelihood education lifelong includes teenage girl clubs - .. mastercard foundation - skills about 50 village microfranchises across 15 national value chains bangladesh involved training village mothers in entrepreneurials skiils related toskills have been passed on to the poor participating in BRAC's RDP - modern methods of poultry rearing, cattle rearing, pisciculture, sericulture, vegetable cultivation, plant nursery, and so on. The technology diffusion in the poorer households has helped them to widen their income earning potential. ... see microfinance +- red1mit2007

Education*Lead-Servants

last mile health service masters- 1st college abed uni - see eg book from one to many chief editor harvard's richard a cash 

Lead*Finance

ulta graduation - grants to very poorest to graduate to mf+ -spread from bangladesh to 8= global dev programs

microfinance plus

brac city bank for smes and daughters of village mothers who move to city

remittances and partnership in merchant banking for poorest

lead benchmark of global association banks with values

world leading partnership - cashless/digital banking unbanked - partners include quadir family/mit/legatum/gates/ma 

Finance*Safety

two models -BRAC RDP/RCP WORLD BANK REPORT 1996-   2009 BRAC GLOBAL FIRST 7 YEARS- changed both the economics and safety/trasparency of global aid

replacing aid by investing in village micfrofranchises -positIve cashflow foundations 

replacing charity by direct transfer of knowhow- eg village mothers as oral rehydration servers  as well bottom up disaster relief -bridging local recovery and human development 

brac map of S*H*E*L*F year 30 of 50 years action learning curve of alumni of fazle abed   - source(2000, p17)

bracrdp.JPG 

UNITS=University*Nature*Infrastructure*Tech*Superstars

UNIVERSITY*NATURE

chohort 1 of coalition of 50 sdg universities debrief cop26 glasgow university - nov 6; josb.city 

Nature*Infratructure

-across all continent belt road maps offer last chance to integrate infrastructure for all and nature for all 

Infrastructure*Technology

#aiforgood un- geneva and ir4 hubs linking davos/geneva/tokyo/beijing/san francisco/delhi & cohort 2 ir4/soc5.0 cities

Technolgy*Supertars

black lives matter first tech superstar = late great kobe bryant; tokyo olympics was going to have launched livesmatter superstars- relaunch tba;

Superstars*Uni

launched as concept 2004 indira gandhi national cultural centre - proceedings not published due to tsunami a week later; archives avaiable 2004-2021 via  adam smith scholars and youth mediator ambassadors- glasgow cop26 - more info chris.macraeyahoo.co.uk -or consider uplink

early legacy reviews of 50 years alumni curve of fazle abed 1    

   

 

    

 wed jan 27

8.00am moon jae-in - south korea

8.00am mobilising climate action - tian wei and  Hak Cheol Shin ceo, LG Chem Ltd;;Huang Runqiu Minister of Ecology and Environment, People's Republic of China Yuriko Koike Governor of Tokyo, Christian Mumenthaler ceor, Swiss Reinsurance Company Teresa Ribera Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Ecological Transition, Spain;;Dominic Kailash Nath Waughray Managing Director, WEF

9.00 TRANSFORMING FOOD SYSTEMS AND LAND USE OPTION 1  Hiroko Kuniya Executive Director, (SDGs) , Asahi Shimbun;;Mark Rutte Prime Minister of the Netherlands, David Beasley Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme (WFP); Geraldine Matchett Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Royal DSM NV; Jeffrey Lu Minfang Chief Executive Officer, China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd

 10.0 SHAPING NEEW OCEAN ECONOMY OPTION 1  Lin Xueling Executive Producer, Channel NewsAsia;;Thomas Thune Andersen Chairman  Ørsted; Danny Faure President of Seychelles (2016 - 2020), Shinichi Kitaoka President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA);Kjerstin Braathen Chief Executive Officer, DNB ASA;Cherie Nursalim Vice-Chairman, Giti Group;;Pierre Habbard General Secretary, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD;Rupert Howes Chief Executive Officer, Marine Stewardship Council (MSC);John TanzerGlobal Oceans Practice Leader, WWF International

10.0 ACCELERATING CLEAN ENERGY TRAMSITIONS;  Nandita Parshad Managing Director, Sustainable Infrastructure Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD);Gurdeep Singh Chairman and Managing Director, NTPC Ltd; Emma FitzGerald Chief Executive Officer, Puma Energy International SA;Mustapa Mohamed Minister in the Prime Minister's Department for Economic Affairs, Malaysia;Xin Baoan Executive Chairman, State Grid Corporation of China;Thierry DéauChief Executive Officer, Meridiam

10.00 harnessing circular innovation for economic reset ; Stephen Carroll Senior Business Editor, France 24;;Chew Shou Zi Partner and President, International, Xiaomi Corporation; Stientje van Veldhoven Minister for the Environment, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands;Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola Co-Founder, Wecyclers;Bertrand Camus Chief Executive Officer, SUEZ; Antonia Gawel Deputy Head of PGPG; Head of Circular Economy and Innovation; ExCom Member, World Economic Forum Geneva; Kristin Hughes Director, Global Plastic Action Partnership; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum Geneva; Henrique Guilherme ​Brammer Junior​ Founder, Boomera

 12.00 vladamir putin , russia

12.00 building net-zero nature- positive economy   Justin Adams Executive Director, Tropical Forest Alliance, World Economic Forum Geneva;; Nancie ZhuAnchor, Phoenix Satellite Television Co. Ltd;;Anderson Tanoto;;Director, RGE Pte Ltd;;Inger Andersen Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP);Jennifer Morgan Executive Director, Greenpeace International Malik Amin Aslam Federal Minister of Climate Change of Pakistan; Ma Jun Chairman, g20 Green Finance Committee, China Society for Finance and Banking; Ibrahim Thiaw Undersecretary-General of the United Nations; Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

 12..00 An Insight, An Idea with David Adjaye - ARCHITECT AND 2021 SCHWAB CRYSTAL WINNER

 14.00 FINANCING NET-ZERO OPTION 2  Caroline Anstey President and Chief Executive Officer, Pact;;Oliver Bäte Chief Executive Officer, Allianz SE;;Mark Carney United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance, United Nations; Werner Hoyer President, European Investment Bank (EIB) ''Stephanie von Friedeburg Managing Director and Executive Vice-President ad interim; Chief Operating Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC);;Al Gore Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001); Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLP; 

 accelerating clean energy transitions option 2-David G. Victor Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD);;Diego Mesa Minister of Mines and Energy, Ministry of Mines and Energy of Colombia;;Fatih Birol Executive Director, International Energy Agency;;Jo Taylor President and Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan;Kadri Simson Commissioner for Energy, European Commission;Rajiv Shah President, The Rockefeller Foundation; Damilola Ogunbiyi Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General; Chief Executive Officer, United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

14.00 FINANCING AMAZON'S TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABLE BIOECONOMY;  Nicole SchwabCo-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva ;Marisol Argueta de Barillas;;Head of the Regional Agenda, Latin America; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC;;Ivan Duque President of Colombia, Office of the President of Colombia; Hamilton Mourão Vice-President of Brazil, Office of the President of Brazil; Maria Alexandra Moreira López Secretary-General, Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO/OTCA); Mauricio Claver-Carone President, The Inter-American Development Bank; Suzanne DiBiancaChief Impact Officer, Salesforce;Gustavo MontezanoPresident, Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES);Eduardo de Salles Bartolomeo Chief Executive Officer, Vale SA;Candido Botelho Bracher Chief Executive Officer, Itaú Unibanco SA; Chrystel Monthéan Executive Vice-President, Americas, Yara International ASA

 15.00 israel prime minister

 

16.15 mobilizing action climate change option 2  climate top wef risk report 2020 now with covid 2021

Rebecca Blumenstein Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times;;Jesper Brodin Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (IKEA);;Amina Mohammed Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations; Ben van Beurden Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell Plc John F. Kerry Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, National Security Council (NSC) returing co-architect paris 2016 -biden tottaly up for colaboration round climate-  1 climate nentral foreign policy platform across all depts;  ratify kiga;e amendment; hosting leaders summit on earth day ap 22 2019 co-founder worldwaterzero;Feike Sybesma Honorary Chairman, Royal DSM NV;Alok Sharma President, 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Cabinet Office, Her Majesty's Government;Børge Brende President, World Economic Forum Geneva -previously norway climatevleader

17.00 transforming food systems option 2    CNBC's Steve Sedgwick, this session will also feature Dongyu Qu, Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); Wiebe Draijer, Chairman of the Managing Board, Rabobank Group; Ramon Laguarta, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Inc; Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica; Agnes Matilda Kalibata; Special Envoy, United Nations Food Systems Summit; and Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations.

1800 building net-zero nature positive economy - remapping circular value chains , digital apps, green ai   Nicole Schwab, Co-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva; Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Echandi, Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson, Global Environment Facility; Virginijus Sinkevicius, Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, European Commission; Roberto de Oliveira Marques, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of the Board, Natura & Co; Wanjira Mathai, Vice-President; Regional Director, Africa, World Resources Institute; Marco Bizzarri, President and Chief Executive Officer, Guccio Gucci SpA; Al Gore, Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001); Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLP; Elizabeth Mrema, Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity

 

xx wed  

Carbon Markets: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Mark Carney, Annette Nazareth and Bill Winters

We're ending day 3 of #DavosAgenda with a conversation on carbon markets between Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Mark Carney, United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance; Bill Winters, Group Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank; Annette L. Nazareth, former Commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission; and Nicole Schwab, Co-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva.

Ahead of the session, take a look at this Q&A with Mark Carney, published on our Agenda blog this morning.

Carney is now Finance Adviser to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the run-up to the COP 26 climate summit in November, as well as UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance. He spoke to us about the challenges to expect this year and in the decade ahead.

You can also listen to the interview in our Radio Davos pod

 

 

18.00 Building a Net-Zero, Nature-Positive Economy (Option 2)

Speakers: Nicole Schwab, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Echandi, Roberto de Oliveira Marques, Marco Bizzarri, Virginijus Sinkevicius, Wanjira Mathai, Al Gore, Elizabeth Mrema
    

 thursday  18 

Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution

 It's clear: Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies are changing the world. But the question remains: how can governments and companies come together to realize the benefits and mitigate the risks?

That was the topic of this session, featuring Ivan Duque, President of Colombia; Julie Sweet, Chief Executive Officer, Accenture; Øyvind Eriksen, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aker ASA; and Bradford L. Smith, President, Microsoft Corp. Nicholas Thompson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired Magazine, moderates.

This session explored AI, public-private partnership and climate change - and how those three areas align, Thompson said.

President Duque spoke about the importance of AI in helping Colombia to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

"We believe technology has to be the driver in building back better. We also believe this is the right avenue to provide human capital next frontiers."

    

covid lesson for climate - no challenge too big when we work together friday 16 https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021/sessions/resetting-geopolitics-western-hemisphere

 

 

7 israel

 

In conversation with Børge Brende, president of the WEF, on Holocaust Memorial day, Prime Minister Netanyahu confirmed that Israel has vaccinated 82% and is aiming to get to 95%.

What’s the challenge? "We’re in an arms race between vaccination and mutation. There will be more in the future – it means we have to race as fast as we can."

He explained the intention that Israel serves as a "world laboratory for herd immunity".

One reason for this is the Israeli health system that combines competition with social security. 98% of Israeli citizens have digital records that go back 20 years. Israel has offered to share that information – statistical information - so that the question of "what real degree, of not only personal protection but what is the level of prevention against infection is the critical question."

"The important thing is that Israel can serve as a global test case to understand what is the efficacy of using… inoculation to open up economies."

He added that, statistically, it’s just a question of time before there is a strain that the current vaccines do not work with and for that reason, he has shut down commercial flights.

Merck CEO, Stefan Oschmann, asked the Prime Minister what would be his advice to other nations to use science and technology to tackle these problems. What can they learn from Israel?

The Prime Minister responded with two things, "education and free markets". He explained, how you can not really innovate in closed markets. You have to take risks. Some of Israel's innovation comes from the military, "we invest a huge amount of national resources on maintaining effective intelligence. Israel is a small country, but it has a giant intelligence service."

“We put our finest brains in these disciplines and then they go off and start businesses”. If these people find bureaucracy – there’ll go elsewhere.

"Deregulate, open up your economies and make sure the military is focused on brains before brawn. "

Khadim Al Darei, Vice-Chairman and Co-Founder, Al Dahra Holding, United Arab Emirates asked about Israel’s strategy to develop water resources.

The Prime Minister firstly said, "It’s a warm peace between Israel, the UAE, Bahrain and now Morocco. It’s a new kind of peace that is changing the relationship between Arabs and Israelis and Arabs and Jews."

He continued with an explanation that "water is going to be a huge challenge and we can overcome it with technology. We have a little less rainfall than we had at the founding of the state 73 years ago, our population has grown ten-fold, and GDP per capital has multiplied.

"So we should have water scarcity and water wars but we have neither. What we have is we just make our water or we save our water. We recycle about 90% of our waste water, which is first in the world."

Nikesh Arora, CEO and Chairman Palo Alto Networks asked how cybersecurity continues to be centre-stage in Israel.

The prime minister's emphasized the importance of cybersecurity when the world is being digitized. He again cited avoiding excessive regulation, and enabling the country's finest minds to create companies and innovate.

"Israel’s cybersecurity and intelligence units are moving to the South of the country and an ecosystem is developing around it."

And he concluded that “in cyber the most important investment you can make in cyber is mathematics”

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 under construction notes from top 20 weforum debates..

 

 twindev wed13/14 birol netzero never happent with out twin commitments rich nation need to invesr in big pop den nations- thgese are stuck with relatively new investments in cabon- how do they chsnge

welcome al gore generation investment- mark adviser cop26 ...

to al gore why arent trillion dollars flowing into these ghard sectros

saudi quote stime age ended nit cis shortage stone, petroleum ahge wont end absence of petrol- al list externalities not included in way global economists designed things as tech accerated - can political world ever change as fast as tech? hopeful major new commitmemntsof buden will start chsin reaction of new g20 commitmnets - oxford review of econoc policy of stern etc showsgreen economiy innovations contributes 4 times moree new jobsthan the externalisation economists

 

moderator to cop26 designer mark carney- do youb see public sevctor playing greater role - 127 countriesand counting commitents to netzero- look at asset ownersbof larhestbfunda - asset managent alliance of goresgeneration managenet; yourquestion spot on what is public sectordoing look across spectrum multilateral dev banks- there isnt yet same waking up- we mustbget thishappening by gkagow cop26- we must unlocklarge flows - priortitybitalian g20 too - and the new multilateral banks

stephanie at ifc how do yoiu see change in mdbs an partnerships- hasthe vaccone partbnership demoe'd this - why not green partnersof same urgency? steph- lack of "bamkable projects' - need blended finance, derisk, what we need to do s standard platform- cae gambia scaling solar - gave governemt playbook - so they invited best operator- then extendedthiston6 more african countries - superiportantcatslalyst to dev nations; differentchallenge dev nations

 

bernard - we have been chattingaboyt derisking for long time - how do we need mdb to step upto challenge big industries chemicals, transport, shioping- what do we need to see- as gore said tranparent externalisation; asmark said public sector has lagged- 27 members of eu whoown this bank - climare roadmap- harder when bank not owned by many nations

 

i think bankabe projectsare there - public sector can kick ofv but private must join in with long-term commitment

to oliver- you represwjt assetbowners - how can pateint capial rise  have pension and insurance funds started to move- can greater cooperation betwen finaciers help; love to sum up- we want to do it but string regukation prevents us - with ifc and allaince done some 5 trillion new funds - reg frameworknin europe dhasdiuncebtivised us - see all netzero coalitions - no more elective, we need must commitments- lor more to do - in energy we miss engineering competence in public sectirs; less "commitents" more electrcs

moderator importace of singlesetof enforeceable standars - al gorespecifically what couldpublic sector optimally do ? carbon pricng? green purchaes by gov- al- putting rice on carbonisbiggest step but so is politicalresistance - so china and t=others going to inditesctprcing of carbon - best young professionals agheadon this - earth incorporated - youth global consco=ience - maths is very clear160 tons destroyimg atmosphere everyb day -  prospective electrification cars; 1000 degree change from coal fired to green hydrogen- as mandela said - always impoosible unitil its done-

 

mod to mark carney - reviting political will - comparisonof covid model emergence- fast; how do wetranslate fast to green models- as wereach public tippoing point how will it be execvuted- see canduan model 170 carbon future -yeelen and idid model onb this 6 months ago;   again europe moratorium from 2030 o internal comubustion egine - shspes whete industry goes globally

 

gates and g7 helped with advance commitents - cf contract for diffeences in power energy- off shore wind from europe flippedto worldwiude model; imact up chain from hydrogen; european recovery fund- what will us do on hydrogen startedgy- comitmnet to forward scale

 

creating signaling effects

stephanie ifc has tried to smooth big lumpy projects- takeloadoff early costs- what do you want to se nextbyou represent184 govsas well as private: steph-in adition to creating forward purchases; ... i lok postcovid - very little fiscal spcae left -so gov must create colalition spae- pullin pension and sov wealth funds - envrionment fir private right kind of derisking tools- long term capital; need poolof projects;; gren bond fund- a vechicle to attract pebnsions

 

simon - how design mdbs make more risk while rsting agencies surpress this?  eib idea of green bonds turned into trillion dollar market- now opening for other sdgs- 

to oliver- your captal is some of most pateinet- what would makebiggestfiff- we need adoption of regulations  2 trnparency what are real prioriesby different clean energies- regulatory and pricing debates-politicians need to say we need private money to bring in the disciplied knowledge

 

what isrole of cooperation acrooss financial segments- oliver - mark can solve his if coop pltform integrated into cop26; big sov wealth, endowment foundationn- eg japan ommit to net zero but not their weatlhf fund- norway when is net zero cming

 

last question mark- can you solve cross-sectiral approach at cop26- its a netzero cop26- if you are not in , you are out ...to al can opinion shift this year beyond exec ordersto real legislation- obstacleof national lobbyists- ,aasive shift state/mayor levels- americans as people suport transition- legacysectir still hi=od congressvback; where ouck is going to be at end of year - gire case 17ig fund- provedit over 17 years;; big news-new coalition climate trace- map every emission source - do inverstoes want to stay in companies partof problem

action carbon price

step up role mds

cross sectiral coperation

you are with o=us or out - see forum work on newtzero 

 

wed 14.00 trillions dollars needed - especially in sectors like planes - 3 sectors need to do more but how can ther intersct- futher reffinaning transition to net zero

future

wed 1.00 domnant economic model failed to value nature capital- main risk conclusion of wef2020

wef 2021 adds health is integrated with nature captal

brilliantintro by phoenic tv moderator- connection with brac forrestry - plant trillion trees = top soil eroding 100 times faster than we can replace it

 

pakistan naturae capital valuation of national parls=3% of pakstan's land- can integrste nationwide connection of nature as asset -iisue nature bonds, financing bio initiatives

ms anderson - 3 cops2020s un bio decade triple agenda by 2030 -when we invest in nature, invest self-  mangrives protect high sea, pollination... no investment fund valued nature- get quarterly retutrn fish  no fish lect, cut all trees down - 3 convention cop26 glasgow, cop may china bio - action plan for each next year 2021, 2022 - biodiversity action not promises; real commitents 2050 netzero; real commitments beyond desertifictation

 

ma yun - china hosts cop15 may- how can financial sector contribute to ecological society - what barriers; what actions beyond promises

1 carbon neutrality goal -regarding green finance - framework 4 pillars 1 standars - green activitry taxonony; 2 disclose green money benefits; 3incentives where green prijects dont psy back fast enough ; pillar 4 green entreprenur solutions

how to finance renewable energy infrastructire isnt whole stor versus biodiversity projects - 3 lacks project managers; lack of financial project; compenation echanisms for green projects with other - eg combine real estate with forrestry priject; b carbon credits; c long term pension money channels to join ntutre capitalism - need to explore where finaciers ubderstand this -lack of professiuonal suupport- new channels , new soutions

pinot rge- indonesia playing leadership role nature capital markets - eg crediting farmers for carbon sequestering- rge is a cellulose comayibtegrated with planbtations in indonesia brazil china- our land based industry must positively value nature capital - co-benefits biodiversity, protecting watershed; 1 for 1every acre developed , acre for forresty protection; let nature heal istelf is most effective way

100 million dollars development included 45 million dollars forrestry protection

- need to work with partnersgreenpeace, wf, privarte sector most be put outside comfort zone- our goal - map 100 nature pritection compacts- carbon credits need to be a trust so nore and more conservation with development- when we produce from land must have sel-impodsed tarif to invest back in land

ms jennifer morgan- how do we act in 2020s- my life argues climate crisis needs economic partnewrs- opimistic cases of panel members- emission reduction and nature convesartion

 

while see exp growth long term dont see the immediate actions - positove promises for 2050 hude no binding laws to acive 30 year goals - resistance system chabge hiding behind promises but not action

2md worry dohnt know how much agreements- since 1997 protocol tried ti make offesets work but so far failed - see also paris crusis; voluntary commitemnts have been failure - nobody met 2020 forrestry commintments- must protect communities

rules of global economy- different ways of doing firrestry, relocalisation of supply chains- make 2021 year of systems change

 

nature strikes back when we don treat her right triple cop ; solidaite across borders- covid lessor = nature lesson - life critical app sharing  -partv2 mr hjustin adams had of forrestry alliance

 

 

solkutions pakistan 10 billion idea and link with green jobs curricula- national parks- nature as partner to economic growth - nature positive economic model policy making - cf uk report 

when government starts valuing nature... whole new innovation asset 

 

underconstruction--- 

 

monday 11am schwab under 30 entrepreneur cottam from uk asks national leaders spain/rwanda, corporate coke, ngo aap, trade union itiu how will you coonect to engange community transformation-zahidi suggest 3 frameworks social contract triangularise pp, reskilling, local anf global opportunies of leaping civic engament - health, green

all speakers with exception of kagame miss oportunity to explain auditing/professions has missed oout changes needed -eg nurses cant intrapreneur semi-retire in usa becauseof insurance; corporates dont see training as investment, and use intern as cheap labor; deep communit data not hed by gov ai; 

 

 coke redesign brand purpose

audience questions 

kagame how to organise informal as well as formal - prepare ahead of virus eg agricultural food security ; flexible economic recovery integrating sme funds; engaging those in most need -government mindfulnes very localised design

questions whe can younger leaders take over - spain youth unemployment problem- different civic engagement by spain- culturally as well as economically- map how do under 25s find job- more vocatioal training; digital skiling 2.5 billion $ fund with focus on girls- apprenticeship contracts mustbe opposite of cheap labor- failed to address corporate accounting disinvestment intraining

james how does your cultural icon position young workers entry points-keep investing in young people training- healthcrisis and econoic crisis -hardest graduate market for decade; 

-what is role of art/culture in leaping forward- anyoneconcered with this- aarp multigenerational workforce- make art role visible in communities - artistic is real work /soul of communities\

closing remarks sadia new social contract wef

1 opp for all neds customides soltion youth/old

need new approach labor laws caused by tech

value optimism care economy, green economy

4 new social contract - gov, private, deep invole of communities missing ..in pp

has to be done locally and globally -wef platfor reskilling , social/racial justive, new social contract 

 

12.38 net zero cities  -gamboa green building council- energy, building, mobilities -weforum report netzero cities  -

schneider electric -- grace yu singapore

 13.00 find schwab-jinping transcript benchark for future of human- historic we7 2017 spech called for sdg cooperation aligned to sdg youth geneartion - schwab sadly world went backwards- pls can you tell us what we can do nect to connect inclusve world

13.45 reimagining educatiob option 1-qunta set up agenda half unemployavble before covid- now 10 trn $ extra lost

fore children need foundation skills read, maths- then creativity, critical thinking ; then digital skills all to be done during secondary

half of workld children can read paragraph understand by age 10

so we need digital for all

the learning passport- cambridge. microsfot

dowload national curricula translate

giga initiativeitu/dubaicares connect every school

reachout to company for devices and affordability of downloading edu materials

also may yiung people who want to be community teachers/readers

pp partnership ericson sony unileveler sap- with wef what are 21st c skills

decde of dscovry digital learning

 

quta- how can edu 4.0 assist  recovery and leap to future to al gurg

wef g20 work n advocacy to make policy happend

edu hey unlochking opp/hope but sad fact edu bidget declining- 

risk of faling further vehind 

inclysivesness/resiliency cals 5 steps

collaborate ground and global level eg un agenices collab more

2 this collapb becomes global plan

then we come to mobilising funding - end duplication of chase funds

4 bringing innew parterships

5 once foubd partnership innovate inovate towardgs sdg agebda

 

unicef and generation unlimites

unnesco gklobal edu

education commisson save our future

both pre-covid and now covid 

=so wgat are universities doing

mcgill what dis uni look like start 2020 - classroorms, hackathon, community projects, intly activities, student launched projects- trying to remagine uni

schools want more than deep knowlede in one silo

they come to increase capacotyy to lead/netwrk to be citizens of world

wat to hone innovation - for them digital is a given- bytime they come to university they are more digital than the professors

unis ant do this alone0- we need parters so students can civic ngage n helping new learning

so universities need partners in every sector, every place

 

now through covid have to reimagine how to do this when all online- what will uni look like after covide

 

so henrieta chance to reset - how do we make leap forwrd inclusve girls dev countries

this new op must be ibclusive , how rach everygorl so can have op to go university

connect every school more and more with the tech

the contect is forming but is every country ready for every school connected to internt geneartion unliited nd gif initiative'will we be ble to train teachers in time- thee young have the dogital skills but what are they for'gorls often behind inowning tools to reach internt

generation equality aims tonempower womens- examples s africa's technogirls

dubai cares focus o worldide conection every school to internet

so ready for linking to university - gurg and fore listof initiatives which must be linked togather

if digital connectivy gets g20, g7,weforum bringprvate sector in - skills of today determine work of future

edu system needs to change

working with youth to change

 

dubai cares with unesco, educatiobabove all global declaration of connectivity expo 2021 sumit education - youth skils jobs, finance- post covid access to connectivity- nw can let everyone in but need banwidth everywhere - g7, g20, wef- reshape edu and skilling by 2030

 

alternative ways to learning - giga iitiative unicef mapping every school in 16 countries - then another16 countries - who is the main authorised community teacher in districts that are underswerved- satelite can reach every community- ai can map everyschools - connect all 3.5 billion students by 2030 -weforum helps us raisehow to do this- we need right kind of investirs to inspiregovs then we recruits student teachers communities

mcgill- we need to tach a community of learners - pepople can connect what tech alone cant- students can help tutor- larners with learners - why isnt mcgill in osu/ 

 

how ca learning spaces guarantee trines there will be jobs?  -suzanne while students study they can be appreticed in gov, companies ;; henrueta ads also need youth to become entrepreneurs; al taig need cosystem to link all these sudduestions and pathway for every contry into ecosystem

 

covid from enrolment to digitalisation --fore quality of edu matters with hlf not lierate- for thinks digital can help do lieracy - ai and ml - from fore

 

bed to certify onlune skill dashcoards

we educatirs beed to give g7/g20 call for education that is catchy- affordablequalification/certification 

 

 

 

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virtual davos agenda - world economic forum jan 2021 

highlights day 1 = monday 25 january timing central euro eg new york/un+6

MONDAY 25 JANUARY

13.00 XI JINPING

13.45 REIMAGINING EDUCATION- DUBAI CARES AL TURG - UNICEF FORE; MCGILL U FORTIER ; SA BROADCATING QUNTA; -RELATED PROJECTS wED1  GLOBALUNI POVERTY 1a coalition fazle-aded friends since 2011 - wEDU4.0 wEDUSKILLS

8.00 responding covid li xin-caixin: maurer red cross; gong yingying yidu tehc;  mahuta nz foreign affairs; kamineni appollo hospitals

9.00 restoring economic growth -Gideon Rachman Foreign Affairs Commentator, The Financial Times; Shanmugaratnam Senior Minister, Government of Singapore; Sri Mulyani Indrawati Ministry of Finance of Indonesia Haruhiko Kuroda Governor, Bank of Japan

10.00 net zero cities Grace Fu  Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment of Singapore Jan Suykens Ackermans & van Haaren NV; Francesco La Camera International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA); ristina Gamboa, World Green Building Council; Francesco Starace  Enel SpA Jean-Pascal Tricoire Schneider Electric

10 unlocking social entrepreneurs  Meagan Fallone , Barefoot College;;Shereen Bhan  CNBC-TV18;;Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC);;Corinne Bazina;;Vice-President, Danone Communities Fund, Danone;;Cheryl L. Dorsey Echoing Green;Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Motsepe Foundation; Hilde Schwab Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, World Economic Forum Geneva; François Bonnici Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship  Meenakshi Gupta, Goonj

11.00 advancing new social contract with half of global workforce at risk ; Hilary CottamCentre for the Fifth Social Revolution;;James Quincey Chairman The Coca-Cola Company;Pedro SánchezPrime Minister of Spain,;;Sharan BurrowInternational Trade Union Confederation (ITUC); Paul KagamePresident of Rwanda, Jo Ann Jenkins AARP;  Saadia Zahidi Managing Director, World Economic Forum Geneva

12.00 building crisis resistant health systems Warren Jude Fernandez Editor-in-Chief, The Straits Times Pascal Soriot Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca Plc Catharina Bohme Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND )Kevin Washington YMCA of the USA Mazen S. Darwazeh; President, Middle East and North Africa, Hikma Pharmaceuticals Plc ;Arnaud Bernaert Head, Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum Geneva

12.00 TARGETS/PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION  Thorold BarkerEditor, Europe & mena, The Wall Street Journal; Ray Dalio Founder, Bridgewater Associates LP ;;Robert E. Moritz Global Chairman, PwC; Rajiv Shah President, The Rockefeller Foundation;; Ann Cairns Vice-Chairman, Mastercard; Saadia ZahidiManaging Director, World Economic Forum Geneva- valuae discussion wrong metrics globally, nationally, corporately- nver reach comunity depth- countex example nz reports on 5 goals and tax impact; pwc says business councilvolunteered 20 navigation metrics; raj explains nowhewre near ai data on virus neded to unite in endig virus

14.15 COVID 2

15.30 DELIVERING THE RESKILLING REVOLUTION  Andrew McAfee Co-Founder, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy;;Asheesh Advani President, JA Worldwide;;Mariéme Jamme Founder  iamtheCODE; Iyan Roslansky CEO, LinkedIn Corporation;;Majid Jafar CEO, Crescent Petroleum; Saadia Zahidi World Economic Forum Geneva; Leena Nair Chief HR, Unilever

15.30 STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISM Edward Felsenthal TIME;;Mariana Mazzucato Professor, University College London (UCL);;Klaus Schwab Founder World Economic Forum Geneva;;;Alexander De Croo Prime Minister of Belgium;;Angelique Kidjo Musician and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador;Dan Schulman President PayPal

16.30 pursuing happiness post-covid   Lisa Witter Co-Founder Apolitical; Alex Liu Chairman, Kearney Inc.;;Tali Sharot Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London (UCL) Alison Gopnik Professor, University of California, Berkeley

17.00 restoring economies option 2   Geoff Cutmore, CNBC;;Bruno Le Maire france Minister of the Economy, Finance and the Recovery ;;Christine Lagarde President, European Central Bank;;Herbert Diess, Volkswagen AG  David Solomon ceo The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.;Peter Altmaier germany Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy

18.00 special address by antonio guterres UN 

18.00 resetting digital currencies  Sheila WarrenHead of Blockchain and Data Policy; World Economic Forum LLC;;Elizabeth Rossiello Founder, BTC Africa S.A.;;Hikmet Ersek, The Western Union Company;Andrew BaileyGovernor, Bank of England; Glenn H. Hutchins Chairman, North Island

1800 reimagining education 2   Andrew Jack Global Education Editor, The Financial Times Angela Duckworth  Professor, University of Pennsylvania; John Goodwin ceo The LEGO Foundation; Igor Tulchinsky Founder, , WorldQuant LLC

1800 delivering social justice economics Caroline Casey Founder The Valuable 500;;Peter T. Grauer Chairman, Bloomberg LP; Ashleigh Shelby Rosette Fuqua School of Business; Tatiana Clouthier Mexico Secretary of Economy, Saadia Zahidi Managing Director, World Economic Forum Geneva

1b.30 accelerating grassroots innovation john Dutton Head, Uplink;  World Economic Forum Geneva; Diego Saez-Gil Founder Pachama; Eren Bali ceo Carbon Health; Moitreyee Sinha ceo, citiesRISE;;H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

19.30 press conference Alem Tedeneke Media Lead, Canada, Latin America and Sustainable Development Goals, World Economic Forum LLC; Rebecca MarmotChief Sustainability Officer, Unilever;;Gabriela Bucher Executive Director, Oxfam International;;PilAto Musician and Activist;;;Darrick Hamilton Henry Cohen Professor of Economics and Urban Policy and University Professor, The New School 

highlights Tues Jan 26

8.00 Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism (Option 1) Anand Mahindra,Chairman,Mahindra Group;;Tito Mboweni South Africa Minister of Finance, Mohammad Abdullah Al Gergawi UAEMinister of Cabinet Affairs, Klaus Schwab Founder  World Economic Forum Geneva John Defterios EditorEmerging Markets, CNN Business;;Ilham KadriChief Executive , Solvay SA

9.00 Strengthening the Financial and Monetary System (Option 1)  Roula Khalaf Editor, The Financial Times;;Mohammed Al-Jadaan Minister of Finance,  Saudi Arabia;;Ana Botín Chairman, Banco Santander SA,Thomas Buberl ceo AXA 

 10.00 Reorienting Boards for the Long Term (Option 1) Masayuki Hyodo Chief Executive Officer, Sumitomo Corporation;;Paul Bulcke Chairman of the Board, Nestlé &...

11.00  Special Address by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission

12.00 get incolved with climate  change  Alok Sharma President, COP26 UN Framework Climate Change, UK Cabinet Office;Shinjiro Koizumi Minister of the Environment, Ministry of the Environment of Japan;Sacha de Boer  Climate Adaptation Summit, The Netherlands;;Rebecca Marmot Chief Sustainability Officer, Unilever;Feike Sybesma Honorary Chairman, Royal DSM NV;;Petteri Taalas Secretary-General, World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

 

12.00 Vaccinating the World: From Mass Production to Last-Mile Delivery (Option 1) John Nkengasong Director, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC);;Seth F. BerkleyChief Executive Officer, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; Dorothea von Boxberg Chief Commercial Officer, Lufthansa Cargo ; Frank Appel CEO, Deutsche Post DHL Group Peter Maure President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) &...

 1.00 special address by angela merkel germany

2.00 Resetting Consumption for a Sustainable Future Tim Davie Director-General, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC);;David Taylor Ceo, Procter & Gamble;;Tak Niinami Ceo, Suntory Holdings Limited;;Jennifer Morris Ceo, The Nature Conservancy;Zara Ingilizian Head of Shaping the Future of Consumption; WE Forum

2.00 Rethinking Cities for a Post-COVID Future (Option 1)Penny Abeywardena Commissioner for International Affairs, Mayor's Office, City of New York;;Jonathan T. M. Reckford Ceo, Habitat for Humanity ;;Coen van Oostrom Founder and Chief Executive Officer, EDGE, OVG Real Estate B.V.;;Sridhar Gadhi Founder , Quantela;;Jan Vapaavuori Mayor of Helsinki;;Jeff Merritt Head of IoT and Urban Transformation; WE Forum

Li Sixuan Anchor, China Central Television (CCTV);;Björn Rosengren,President and CEO, ABB Ltd;;Kathy WengelExecutive Vice-President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer, Johnson & Johnson;;Dimitri de VreezeCo-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Royal DSM NV;Jagjit Singh Srai Head, Centre for International Manufacturing, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge

15.00 Special Address by Emmanuel Macron, President of France

17.15 Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism (Option 2)  Klaus Schwab Founder, World Economic Forum Geneva;;Gillian R. Tett Editor-at-Large and Chair of theEditorial Board, The Financial Times;;Brian T. Moynihan Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America ;;Chrystia Freeland deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Canada; Marc Benioff Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce;Kristalina Georgieva Managing Director, International Monetary Fund; Laurence D. Fink Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock Inc.

help alumni f.h. abed -bios 0.pbs2005 1.2009  2019 MICRO-OBITS- scale top 50 microfranchises sustaining children - in low tech village networking we apply S*H*E*L*F -in digital networking consider U*N*I*T*S

brac top 50 microfranchises integrating bottom billion womens market economy

Safety*Health

1980s how immunisation saved quarter of poorest asians -bed uni and unicef james grant-

1980s how ending infant diarrhea nih.1  (1988)and lack of nutrition saved quarter of infants- abed uni, east pakistan cholera-lab- chens at harvard  -WORLD HEALTH 1988

1980s village pharmacy/last mile health services network 1 abeduni and china (SEE 1970S rural keynes- barefooft medics- women lift up half the sky)

end tuberculosis - abed uni pih.org gates soros 

Health*Education

brac /abed university 20 years into connecting parnerships of new girls sdg-coalition universities including tech leapfroging partners 

11+ of pre-adolescent health - teachersas well as peer to peer stdents  -see eg lancet

happy village primary  -girl empowered -world's largest non-government schools franchiser

happy village playschool - yidan prize, lego, 1st masters public service curriulum abed uni

livelihood education lifelong includes teenage girl clubs - .. mastercard foundation - skills about 50 village microfranchises across 15 national value chains bangladesh involved training village mothers in entrepreneurials skiils related toskills have been passed on to the poor participating in BRAC's RDP - modern methods of poultry rearing, cattle rearing, pisciculture, sericulture, vegetable cultivation, plant nursery, and so on. The technology diffusion in the poorer households has helped them to widen their income earning potential. ... see microfinance +- red1mit2007

Education*Lead-Servants

last mile health service masters- 1st college abed uni - see eg book from one to many chief editor harvard's richard a cash 

Lead*Finance

ulta graduation - grants to very poorest to graduate to mf+ -spread from bangladesh to 8= global dev programs

microfinance plus

brac city bank for smes and daughters of village mothers who move to city

remittances and partnership in merchant banking for poorest

lead benchmark of global association banks with values

world leading partnership - cashless/digital banking unbanked - partners include quadir family/mit/legatum/gates/ma 

Finance*Safety

two models -BRAC RDP/RCP WORLD BANK REPORT 1996-   2009 BRAC GLOBAL FIRST 7 YEARS- changed both the economics and safety/trasparency of global aid

replacing aid by investing in village micfrofranchises -positIve cashflow foundations 

replacing charity by direct transfer of knowhow- eg village mothers as oral rehydration servers  as well bottom up disaster relief -bridging local recovery and human development 

brac map of S*H*E*L*F year 30 of 50 years action learning curve of alumni of fazle abed   - source(2000, p17)

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UNITS=University*Nature*Infrastructure*Tech*Superstars

UNIVERSITY*NATURE

chohort 1 of coalition of 50 sdg universities debrief cop26 glasgow university - nov 6; josb.city 

Nature*Infratructure

-across all continent belt road maps offer last chance to integrate infrastructure for all and nature for all 

Infrastructure*Technology

#aiforgood un- geneva and ir4 hubs linking davos/geneva/tokyo/beijing/san francisco/delhi & cohort 2 ir4/soc5.0 cities

Technolgy*Supertars

black lives matter first tech superstar = late great kobe bryant; tokyo olympics was going to have launched livesmatter superstars- relaunch tba;

Superstars*Uni

launched as concept 2004 indira gandhi national cultural centre - proceedings not published due to tsunami a week later; archives avaiable 2004-2021 via  adam smith scholars and youth mediator ambassadors- glasgow cop26 - more info chris.macraeyahoo.co.uk -or consider uplink

early legacy reviews of 50 years alumni curve of fazle abed 1    

   

 

    

 wed jan 27

8.00am moon jae-in - south korea

8.00am mobilising climate action - tian wei and  Hak Cheol Shin ceo, LG Chem Ltd;;Huang Runqiu Minister of Ecology and Environment, People's Republic of China Yuriko Koike Governor of Tokyo, Christian Mumenthaler ceor, Swiss Reinsurance Company Teresa Ribera Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Ecological Transition, Spain;;Dominic Kailash Nath Waughray Managing Director, WEF

9.00 TRANSFORMING FOOD SYSTEMS AND LAND USE OPTION 1  Hiroko Kuniya Executive Director, (SDGs) , Asahi Shimbun;;Mark Rutte Prime Minister of the Netherlands, David Beasley Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme (WFP); Geraldine Matchett Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Royal DSM NV; Jeffrey Lu Minfang Chief Executive Officer, China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd

 10.0 SHAPING NEEW OCEAN ECONOMY OPTION 1  Lin Xueling Executive Producer, Channel NewsAsia;;Thomas Thune Andersen Chairman  Ørsted; Danny Faure President of Seychelles (2016 - 2020), Shinichi Kitaoka President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA);Kjerstin Braathen Chief Executive Officer, DNB ASA;Cherie Nursalim Vice-Chairman, Giti Group;;Pierre Habbard General Secretary, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD;Rupert Howes Chief Executive Officer, Marine Stewardship Council (MSC);John TanzerGlobal Oceans Practice Leader, WWF International

10.0 ACCELERATING CLEAN ENERGY TRAMSITIONS;  Nandita Parshad Managing Director, Sustainable Infrastructure Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD);Gurdeep Singh Chairman and Managing Director, NTPC Ltd; Emma FitzGerald Chief Executive Officer, Puma Energy International SA;Mustapa Mohamed Minister in the Prime Minister's Department for Economic Affairs, Malaysia;Xin Baoan Executive Chairman, State Grid Corporation of China;Thierry DéauChief Executive Officer, Meridiam

10.00 harnessing circular innovation for economic reset ; Stephen Carroll Senior Business Editor, France 24;;Chew Shou Zi Partner and President, International, Xiaomi Corporation; Stientje van Veldhoven Minister for the Environment, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands;Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola Co-Founder, Wecyclers;Bertrand Camus Chief Executive Officer, SUEZ; Antonia Gawel Deputy Head of PGPG; Head of Circular Economy and Innovation; ExCom Member, World Economic Forum Geneva; Kristin Hughes Director, Global Plastic Action Partnership; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum Geneva; Henrique Guilherme ​Brammer Junior​ Founder, Boomera

 12.00 vladamir putin , russia

12.00 building net-zero nature- positive economy   Justin Adams Executive Director, Tropical Forest Alliance, World Economic Forum Geneva;; Nancie ZhuAnchor, Phoenix Satellite Television Co. Ltd;;Anderson Tanoto;;Director, RGE Pte Ltd;;Inger Andersen Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP);Jennifer Morgan Executive Director, Greenpeace International Malik Amin Aslam Federal Minister of Climate Change of Pakistan; Ma Jun Chairman, g20 Green Finance Committee, China Society for Finance and Banking; Ibrahim Thiaw Undersecretary-General of the United Nations; Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

 12..00 An Insight, An Idea with David Adjaye - ARCHITECT AND 2021 SCHWAB CRYSTAL WINNER

 14.00 FINANCING NET-ZERO OPTION 2  Caroline Anstey President and Chief Executive Officer, Pact;;Oliver Bäte Chief Executive Officer, Allianz SE;;Mark Carney United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance, United Nations; Werner Hoyer President, European Investment Bank (EIB) ''Stephanie von Friedeburg Managing Director and Executive Vice-President ad interim; Chief Operating Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC);;Al Gore Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001); Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLP; 

 accelerating clean energy transitions option 2-David G. Victor Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD);;Diego Mesa Minister of Mines and Energy, Ministry of Mines and Energy of Colombia;;Fatih Birol Executive Director, International Energy Agency;;Jo Taylor President and Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan;Kadri Simson Commissioner for Energy, European Commission;Rajiv Shah President, The Rockefeller Foundation; Damilola Ogunbiyi Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General; Chief Executive Officer, United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

14.00 FINANCING AMAZON'S TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABLE BIOECONOMY;  Nicole SchwabCo-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva ;Marisol Argueta de Barillas;;Head of the Regional Agenda, Latin America; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC;;Ivan Duque President of Colombia, Office of the President of Colombia; Hamilton Mourão Vice-President of Brazil, Office of the President of Brazil; Maria Alexandra Moreira López Secretary-General, Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO/OTCA); Mauricio Claver-Carone President, The Inter-American Development Bank; Suzanne DiBiancaChief Impact Officer, Salesforce;Gustavo MontezanoPresident, Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES);Eduardo de Salles Bartolomeo Chief Executive Officer, Vale SA;Candido Botelho Bracher Chief Executive Officer, Itaú Unibanco SA; Chrystel Monthéan Executive Vice-President, Americas, Yara International ASA

 15.00 israel prime minister

 

16.15 mobilizing action climate change option 2  climate top wef risk report 2020 now with covid 2021

Rebecca Blumenstein Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times;;Jesper Brodin Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (IKEA);;Amina Mohammed Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations; Ben van Beurden Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell Plc John F. Kerry Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, National Security Council (NSC) returing co-architect paris 2016 -biden tottaly up for colaboration round climate-  1 climate nentral foreign policy platform across all depts;  ratify kiga;e amendment; hosting leaders summit on earth day ap 22 2019 co-founder worldwaterzero;Feike Sybesma Honorary Chairman, Royal DSM NV;Alok Sharma President, 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Cabinet Office, Her Majesty's Government;Børge Brende President, World Economic Forum Geneva -previously norway climatevleader

17.00 transforming food systems option 2    CNBC's Steve Sedgwick, this session will also feature Dongyu Qu, Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); Wiebe Draijer, Chairman of the Managing Board, Rabobank Group; Ramon Laguarta, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Inc; Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica; Agnes Matilda Kalibata; Special Envoy, United Nations Food Systems Summit; and Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations.

1800 building net-zero nature positive economy - remapping circular value chains , digital apps, green ai   Nicole Schwab, Co-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva; Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Echandi, Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson, Global Environment Facility; Virginijus Sinkevicius, Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, European Commission; Roberto de Oliveira Marques, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of the Board, Natura & Co; Wanjira Mathai, Vice-President; Regional Director, Africa, World Resources Institute; Marco Bizzarri, President and Chief Executive Officer, Guccio Gucci SpA; Al Gore, Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001); Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLP; Elizabeth Mrema, Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity

 

xx wed  

Carbon Markets: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Mark Carney, Annette Nazareth and Bill Winters

We're ending day 3 of #DavosAgenda with a conversation on carbon markets between Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Mark Carney, United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance; Bill Winters, Group Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank; Annette L. Nazareth, former Commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission; and Nicole Schwab, Co-Head, Nature-based Solutions, World Economic Forum Geneva.

Ahead of the session, take a look at this Q&A with Mark Carney, published on our Agenda blog this morning.

Carney is now Finance Adviser to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the run-up to the COP 26 climate summit in November, as well as UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance. He spoke to us about the challenges to expect this year and in the decade ahead.

You can also listen to the interview in our Radio Davos pod

 

 

18.00 Building a Net-Zero, Nature-Positive Economy (Option 2)

Speakers: Nicole Schwab, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Echandi, Roberto de Oliveira Marques, Marco Bizzarri, Virginijus Sinkevicius, Wanjira Mathai, Al Gore, Elizabeth Mrema
    

 7 israel

 

In conversation with Børge Brende, president of the WEF, on Holocaust Memorial day, Prime Minister Netanyahu confirmed that Israel has vaccinated 82% and is aiming to get to 95%.

What’s the challenge? "We’re in an arms race between vaccination and mutation. There will be more in the future – it means we have to race as fast as we can."

He explained the intention that Israel serves as a "world laboratory for herd immunity".

One reason for this is the Israeli health system that combines competition with social security. 98% of Israeli citizens have digital records that go back 20 years. Israel has offered to share that information – statistical information - so that the question of "what real degree, of not only personal protection but what is the level of prevention against infection is the critical question."

"The important thing is that Israel can serve as a global test case to understand what is the efficacy of using… inoculation to open up economies."

He added that, statistically, it’s just a question of time before there is a strain that the current vaccines do not work with and for that reason, he has shut down commercial flights.

Merck CEO, Stefan Oschmann, asked the Prime Minister what would be his advice to other nations to use science and technology to tackle these problems. What can they learn from Israel?

The Prime Minister responded with two things, "education and free markets". He explained, how you can not really innovate in closed markets. You have to take risks. Some of Israel's innovation comes from the military, "we invest a huge amount of national resources on maintaining effective intelligence. Israel is a small country, but it has a giant intelligence service."

“We put our finest brains in these disciplines and then they go off and start businesses”. If these people find bureaucracy – there’ll go elsewhere.

"Deregulate, open up your economies and make sure the military is focused on brains before brawn. "

Khadim Al Darei, Vice-Chairman and Co-Founder, Al Dahra Holding, United Arab Emirates asked about Israel’s strategy to develop water resources.

The Prime Minister firstly said, "It’s a warm peace between Israel, the UAE, Bahrain and now Morocco. It’s a new kind of peace that is changing the relationship between Arabs and Israelis and Arabs and Jews."

He continued with an explanation that "water is going to be a huge challenge and we can overcome it with technology. We have a little less rainfall than we had at the founding of the state 73 years ago, our population has grown ten-fold, and GDP per capital has multiplied.

"So we should have water scarcity and water wars but we have neither. What we have is we just make our water or we save our water. We recycle about 90% of our waste water, which is first in the world."

Nikesh Arora, CEO and Chairman Palo Alto Networks asked how cybersecurity continues to be centre-stage in Israel.

The prime minister's emphasized the importance of cybersecurity when the world is being digitized. He again cited avoiding excessive regulation, and enabling the country's finest minds to create companies and innovate.

"Israel’s cybersecurity and intelligence units are moving to the South of the country and an ecosystem is developing around it."

And he concluded that “in cyber the most important investment you can make in cyber is mathematics”

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 under construction notes from top 20 weforum debates..

 

 twindev wed13/14 birol netzero never happent with out twin commitments rich nation need to invesr in big pop den nations- thgese are stuck with relatively new investments in cabon- how do they chsnge

welcome al gore generation investment- mark adviser cop26 ...

to al gore why arent trillion dollars flowing into these ghard sectros

saudi quote stime age ended nit cis shortage stone, petroleum ahge wont end absence of petrol- al list externalities not included in way global economists designed things as tech accerated - can political world ever change as fast as tech? hopeful major new commitmemntsof buden will start chsin reaction of new g20 commitmnets - oxford review of econoc policy of stern etc showsgreen economiy innovations contributes 4 times moree new jobsthan the externalisation economists

 

moderator to cop26 designer mark carney- do youb see public sevctor playing greater role - 127 countriesand counting commitents to netzero- look at asset ownersbof larhestbfunda - asset managent alliance of goresgeneration managenet; yourquestion spot on what is public sectordoing look across spectrum multilateral dev banks- there isnt yet same waking up- we mustbget thishappening by gkagow cop26- we must unlocklarge flows - priortitybitalian g20 too - and the new multilateral banks

stephanie at ifc how do yoiu see change in mdbs an partnerships- hasthe vaccone partbnership demoe'd this - why not green partnersof same urgency? steph- lack of "bamkable projects' - need blended finance, derisk, what we need to do s standard platform- cae gambia scaling solar - gave governemt playbook - so they invited best operator- then extendedthiston6 more african countries - superiportantcatslalyst to dev nations; differentchallenge dev nations

 

bernard - we have been chattingaboyt derisking for long time - how do we need mdb to step upto challenge big industries chemicals, transport, shioping- what do we need to see- as gore said tranparent externalisation; asmark said public sector has lagged- 27 members of eu whoown this bank - climare roadmap- harder when bank not owned by many nations

 

i think bankabe projectsare there - public sector can kick ofv but private must join in with long-term commitment

to oliver- you represwjt assetbowners - how can pateint capial rise  have pension and insurance funds started to move- can greater cooperation betwen finaciers help; love to sum up- we want to do it but string regukation prevents us - with ifc and allaince done some 5 trillion new funds - reg frameworknin europe dhasdiuncebtivised us - see all netzero coalitions - no more elective, we need must commitments- lor more to do - in energy we miss engineering competence in public sectirs; less "commitents" more electrcs

moderator importace of singlesetof enforeceable standars - al gorespecifically what couldpublic sector optimally do ? carbon pricng? green purchaes by gov- al- putting rice on carbonisbiggest step but so is politicalresistance - so china and t=others going to inditesctprcing of carbon - best young professionals agheadon this - earth incorporated - youth global consco=ience - maths is very clear160 tons destroyimg atmosphere everyb day -  prospective electrification cars; 1000 degree change from coal fired to green hydrogen- as mandela said - always impoosible unitil its done-

 

mod to mark carney - reviting political will - comparisonof covid model emergence- fast; how do wetranslate fast to green models- as wereach public tippoing point how will it be execvuted- see canduan model 170 carbon future -yeelen and idid model onb this 6 months ago;   again europe moratorium from 2030 o internal comubustion egine - shspes whete industry goes globally

 

gates and g7 helped with advance commitents - cf contract for diffeences in power energy- off shore wind from europe flippedto worldwiude model; imact up chain from hydrogen; european recovery fund- what will us do on hydrogen startedgy- comitmnet to forward scale

 

creating signaling effects

stephanie ifc has tried to smooth big lumpy projects- takeloadoff early costs- what do you want to se nextbyou represent184 govsas well as private: steph-in adition to creating forward purchases; ... i lok postcovid - very little fiscal spcae left -so gov must create colalition spae- pullin pension and sov wealth funds - envrionment fir private right kind of derisking tools- long term capital; need poolof projects;; gren bond fund- a vechicle to attract pebnsions

 

simon - how design mdbs make more risk while rsting agencies surpress this?  eib idea of green bonds turned into trillion dollar market- now opening for other sdgs- 

to oliver- your captal is some of most pateinet- what would makebiggestfiff- we need adoption of regulations  2 trnparency what are real prioriesby different clean energies- regulatory and pricing debates-politicians need to say we need private money to bring in the disciplied knowledge

 

what isrole of cooperation acrooss financial segments- oliver - mark can solve his if coop pltform integrated into cop26; big sov wealth, endowment foundationn- eg japan ommit to net zero but not their weatlhf fund- norway when is net zero cming

 

last question mark- can you solve cross-sectiral approach at cop26- its a netzero cop26- if you are not in , you are out ...to al can opinion shift this year beyond exec ordersto real legislation- obstacleof national lobbyists- ,aasive shift state/mayor levels- americans as people suport transition- legacysectir still hi=od congressvback; where ouck is going to be at end of year - gire case 17ig fund- provedit over 17 years;; big news-new coalition climate trace- map every emission source - do inverstoes want to stay in companies partof problem

action carbon price

step up role mds

cross sectiral coperation

you are with o=us or out - see forum work on newtzero 

 

wed 14.00 trillions dollars needed - especially in sectors like planes - 3 sectors need to do more but how can ther intersct- futher reffinaning transition to net zero

future

wed 1.00 domnant economic model failed to value nature capital- main risk conclusion of wef2020

wef 2021 adds health is integrated with nature captal

brilliantintro by phoenic tv moderator- connection with brac forrestry - plant trillion trees = top soil eroding 100 times faster than we can replace it

 

pakistan naturae capital valuation of national parls=3% of pakstan's land- can integrste nationwide connection of nature as asset -iisue nature bonds, financing bio initiatives

ms anderson - 3 cops2020s un bio decade triple agenda by 2030 -when we invest in nature, invest self-  mangrives protect high sea, pollination... no investment fund valued nature- get quarterly retutrn fish  no fish lect, cut all trees down - 3 convention cop26 glasgow, cop may china bio - action plan for each next year 2021, 2022 - biodiversity action not promises; real commitents 2050 netzero; real commitments beyond desertifictation

 

ma yun - china hosts cop15 may- how can financial sector contribute to ecological society - what barriers; what actions beyond promises

1 carbon neutrality goal -regarding green finance - framework 4 pillars 1 standars - green activitry taxonony; 2 disclose green money benefits; 3incentives where green prijects dont psy back fast enough ; pillar 4 green entreprenur solutions

how to finance renewable energy infrastructire isnt whole stor versus biodiversity projects - 3 lacks project managers; lack of financial project; compenation echanisms for green projects with other - eg combine real estate with forrestry priject; b carbon credits; c long term pension money channels to join ntutre capitalism - need to explore where finaciers ubderstand this -lack of professiuonal suupport- new channels , new soutions

pinot rge- indonesia playing leadership role nature capital markets - eg crediting farmers for carbon sequestering- rge is a cellulose comayibtegrated with planbtations in indonesia brazil china- our land based industry must positively value nature capital - co-benefits biodiversity, protecting watershed; 1 for 1every acre developed , acre for forresty protection; let nature heal istelf is most effective way

100 million dollars development included 45 million dollars forrestry protection

- need to work with partnersgreenpeace, wf, privarte sector most be put outside comfort zone- our goal - map 100 nature pritection compacts- carbon credits need to be a trust so nore and more conservation with development- when we produce from land must have sel-impodsed tarif to invest back in land

ms jennifer morgan- how do we act in 2020s- my life argues climate crisis needs economic partnewrs- opimistic cases of panel members- emission reduction and nature convesartion

 

while see exp growth long term dont see the immediate actions - positove promises for 2050 hude no binding laws to acive 30 year goals - resistance system chabge hiding behind promises but not action

2md worry dohnt know how much agreements- since 1997 protocol tried ti make offesets work but so far failed - see also paris crusis; voluntary commitemnts have been failure - nobody met 2020 forrestry commintments- must protect communities

rules of global economy- different ways of doing firrestry, relocalisation of supply chains- make 2021 year of systems change

 

nature strikes back when we don treat her right triple cop ; solidaite across borders- covid lessor = nature lesson - life critical app sharing  -partv2 mr hjustin adams had of forrestry alliance

 

 

solkutions pakistan 10 billion idea and link with green jobs curricula- national parks- nature as partner to economic growth - nature positive economic model policy making - cf uk report 

when government starts valuing nature... whole new innovation asset 

 

underconstruction--- 

 

monday 11am schwab under 30 entrepreneur cottam from uk asks national leaders spain/rwanda, corporate coke, ngo aap, trade union itiu how will you coonect to engange community transformation-zahidi suggest 3 frameworks social contract triangularise pp, reskilling, local anf global opportunies of leaping civic engament - health, green

all speakers with exception of kagame miss oportunity to explain auditing/professions has missed oout changes needed -eg nurses cant intrapreneur semi-retire in usa becauseof insurance; corporates dont see training as investment, and use intern as cheap labor; deep communit data not hed by gov ai; 

 

 coke redesign brand purpose

audience questions 

kagame how to organise informal as well as formal - prepare ahead of virus eg agricultural food security ; flexible economic recovery integrating sme funds; engaging those in most need -government mindfulnes very localised design

questions whe can younger leaders take over - spain youth unemployment problem- different civic engagement by spain- culturally as well as economically- map how do under 25s find job- more vocatioal training; digital skiling 2.5 billion $ fund with focus on girls- apprenticeship contracts mustbe opposite of cheap labor- failed to address corporate accounting disinvestment intraining

james how does your cultural icon position young workers entry points-keep investing in young people training- healthcrisis and econoic crisis -hardest graduate market for decade; 

-what is role of art/culture in leaping forward- anyoneconcered with this- aarp multigenerational workforce- make art role visible in communities - artistic is real work /soul of communities\

closing remarks sadia new social contract wef

1 opp for all neds customides soltion youth/old

need new approach labor laws caused by tech

value optimism care economy, green economy

4 new social contract - gov, private, deep invole of communities missing ..in pp

has to be done locally and globally -wef platfor reskilling , social/racial justive, new social contract 

 

12.38 net zero cities  -gamboa green building council- energy, building, mobilities -weforum report netzero cities  -

schneider electric -- grace yu singapore

 13.00 find schwab-jinping transcript benchark for future of human- historic we7 2017 spech called for sdg cooperation aligned to sdg youth geneartion - schwab sadly world went backwards- pls can you tell us what we can do nect to connect inclusve world

13.45 reimagining educatiob option 1-qunta set up agenda half unemployavble before covid- now 10 trn $ extra lost

fore children need foundation skills read, maths- then creativity, critical thinking ; then digital skills all to be done during secondary

half of workld children can read paragraph understand by age 10

so we need digital for all

the learning passport- cambridge. microsfot

dowload national curricula translate

giga initiativeitu/dubaicares connect every school

reachout to company for devices and affordability of downloading edu materials

also may yiung people who want to be community teachers/readers

pp partnership ericson sony unileveler sap- with wef what are 21st c skills

decde of dscovry digital learning

 

quta- how can edu 4.0 assist  recovery and leap to future to al gurg

wef g20 work n advocacy to make policy happend

edu hey unlochking opp/hope but sad fact edu bidget declining- 

risk of faling further vehind 

inclysivesness/resiliency cals 5 steps

collaborate ground and global level eg un agenices collab more

2 this collapb becomes global plan

then we come to mobilising funding - end duplication of chase funds

4 bringing innew parterships

5 once foubd partnership innovate inovate towardgs sdg agebda

 

unicef and generation unlimites

unnesco gklobal edu

education commisson save our future

both pre-covid and now covid 

=so wgat are universities doing

mcgill what dis uni look like start 2020 - classroorms, hackathon, community projects, intly activities, student launched projects- trying to remagine uni

schools want more than deep knowlede in one silo

they come to increase capacotyy to lead/netwrk to be citizens of world

wat to hone innovation - for them digital is a given- bytime they come to university they are more digital than the professors

unis ant do this alone0- we need parters so students can civic ngage n helping new learning

so universities need partners in every sector, every place

 

now through covid have to reimagine how to do this when all online- what will uni look like after covide

 

so henrieta chance to reset - how do we make leap forwrd inclusve girls dev countries

this new op must be ibclusive , how rach everygorl so can have op to go university

connect every school more and more with the tech

the contect is forming but is every country ready for every school connected to internt geneartion unliited nd gif initiative'will we be ble to train teachers in time- thee young have the dogital skills but what are they for'gorls often behind inowning tools to reach internt

generation equality aims tonempower womens- examples s africa's technogirls

dubai cares focus o worldide conection every school to internet

so ready for linking to university - gurg and fore listof initiatives which must be linked togather

if digital connectivy gets g20, g7,weforum bringprvate sector in - skills of today determine work of future

edu system needs to change

working with youth to change

 

dubai cares with unesco, educatiobabove all global declaration of connectivity expo 2021 sumit education - youth skils jobs, finance- post covid access to connectivity- nw can let everyone in but need banwidth everywhere - g7, g20, wef- reshape edu and skilling by 2030

 

alternative ways to learning - giga iitiative unicef mapping every school in 16 countries - then another16 countries - who is the main authorised community teacher in districts that are underswerved- satelite can reach every community- ai can map everyschools - connect all 3.5 billion students by 2030 -weforum helps us raisehow to do this- we need right kind of investirs to inspiregovs then we recruits student teachers communities

mcgill- we need to tach a community of learners - pepople can connect what tech alone cant- students can help tutor- larners with learners - why isnt mcgill in osu/ 

 

how ca learning spaces guarantee trines there will be jobs?  -suzanne while students study they can be appreticed in gov, companies ;; henrueta ads also need youth to become entrepreneurs; al taig need cosystem to link all these sudduestions and pathway for every contry into ecosystem

 

covid from enrolment to digitalisation --fore quality of edu matters with hlf not lierate- for thinks digital can help do lieracy - ai and ml - from fore

 

bed to certify onlune skill dashcoards

we educatirs beed to give g7/g20 call for education that is catchy- affordablequalification/certification 

 

 

 

surprising AI (Artificial Intel)  : network-mapping research - tourism economics- 3 times less vovid with no tourism - even less covid if welcome tourists but 1 no nightlife, 2 test tourist staff twice a week, 3 control crowded spaces- research sites include - nagano japan greece   utellus chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - related ai cameras can chech temperatures of 200 people a minute entering a station; ai spectacles worn bu security staff can identify who's temerature who

voiceprint research - cough into a mobile app and it will tell you if you have covid - coming soon from carnegie melon's rita singh and alumni

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