As the world seems to wake-up to new challenges on a daily basis – from devastating wildfires in Australia, to the unpredictable global spread of a new coronavirus – it may be human to feel a sense of hopelessness. With a world in flux, the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum serves as an important platform to gather thought leaders together, in the hope of surfacing new solutions in this crucial Decade of Action for our planet.

Many participants correctly advocated the need to immediately ramp up international climate action and financing, both as a result of the growing price of inaction, but also because investing in low-carbon economies, markets and technologies makes ever greater financial sense. But there was

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