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Radio Davos - The Davos Agenda Week
What do you get if you bring together two dozen heads of state, 56O leaders of the world’s biggest companies, scientists, campaigners and academics from around the world? We listen back on some of the highlights from the Davos Agenda Week.
Radio Davos: Day 5
Iron Man Robert Downey Jr explains why he’s now a green venture capitalist, and what we should say to climate change deniers. Ravi Velloor, associate editor of The Straits Times joins us to look ahead to the action on the final day of the Davos Agenda. Plus: Forum President Borge Brende on resetting geopolitics.
Radio Davos: Day 4
Alyson Shontel of Business Insider joins us to look ahead to Day 4 of the Davos Agenda and we discuss the dangers of a possible ‘cyber pandemic’ with the head of the Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Plus an interview with naturalist Jane Goodall.
Radio Davos: Day 3
Ryan Heath, Senior Editor at POLITICO, joins us to look ahead at a day focusing on the environment when John Kerry, US President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, is due to speak. We also interview Mark Carney, the former central banker who is finding ways to make big finance combat climate change.
Radio Davos Day 2
Gillian Tett of Financial Times joins us to discuss the main themes of the Davos Agenda on Day 2: industry transformation, growth and stakeholder capitalism. And we hear a message from climate campaigner Greta Thunberg.
Radio Davos Day 1
Rachana Shanbhogue of The Economist helps us look ahead to the first day of the Davos Agenda week where COVID-19 is in focus. And we hear interviews with architect Sir David Adjaye and photographer Sebastião Salgado, winners of this year’s Crystal Awards.
Lots of precious time spent on bluster and a few nice ideas. Will someone ask the guy from China what his country is doing about eliminating barbaric, virus-transmitting wet markets, and the demand for wild animal parts for Chinese medicine, that is a cruel industry that endangers our natural world and creates immense suffering to certain animals. Can he please answer that? Perhaps if China stopped these practices, we could end these pandemics and save millions of lives?
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Such interesting content but a shame about the poor sound quality, particularly from contributors
Boring and bad audio🙄