How do we solve the world’s biggest challenges? From climate change to inequality; the rise of big tech and rapid changes in how we live and work. Radio Davos talks to the people who have the ideas, the passion and the power to make change happen in a way that benefits all of us.
Mental health: the trillion-dollar challenge that we’re still not sure how to beat
‘Corporate wellness’ is big business, but can it really help tackle the huge challenges of mental health? We hear from the Wellcome Trust’s Director of Mental Health, Professor Miranda Wolpert, and health advocate Grace Gatera.
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales’ advice to young entrepreneurs: to succeed - 'get comfortable with failure'
The co-founder of Wikipedia - the world’s fifth most popular website - had a Q&A with entrepreneurs from the World Economic Forum’s UpLink programme. His key word of advice: don’t be scared to try.
Leadership - meet ‘Meet the Leader’
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to lead a huge company, Linda Lacina has the answers. In her podcast, Meet the Leader, she chats with a senior figure - usually a CEO - of a big organisation to find out what makes them tick and to get tips we might all learn from. This episode features the chief executive of telecoms group Verizon, Hans Vestberg.
The global energy transition
For 10 years the World Economic Forum has tracked the world’s progress on getting better, cleaner energy for all. We look at the latest findings and ask how we can achieve climate change goals.
The joy - and fear of - tech: some of the best bits from the Global Technology Governance Summit 2021
Axios Chief Technology Correspondent Ina Fried joins Robin Pomeroy for a look at some of the best moments of #GTGS21, featuring the CEOs of YouTube, Salesforce, government ministers from France and Singapore and predictions from full-time futurologists.
Global Technology Governance Summit
Nikkei journalist Hiroyuki Nishimura joins Robin Pomeroy for a look at the World Economic Forum’s tech summit, hosted by Japan - an event bringing together more than 50 governments and 600 companies to look at the promises and pitfalls of the technologies rapidly changing all our lives.