Thinking about Tomorrow today: Leading people from the international economy and the British Royal house have put the case of a digital Meeting of the world economic forum’s demands for the “Big reboot” of the global Economy.
To invest “on a sustainable basis, a faster, more efficient and more attractive way, to keep the economy again,” said the British heir to the throne Prince Charles, in the digital conference from, among other things, corporate boards and WEF members on Wednesday. “We will only change, if we want to change.”
Now, from the Corona-crisis take was. Because by your world-wide extent is to be conducted to the people that pandemics and climate change know no borders. It is clear how dependent we were of each other, stated the Prince of Wales.
The Executive Director of the International monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, warned about the threat of poverty. “We now forecast more debt and more deficit, more unemployment, and thereby a large risk for the more inequality and poverty,” she said in her speech at the digital Meeting of the WEF. To invest now in climate-friendly growth, could create in the future more Jobs.
The Meeting, the announcement was preceded by that of the Davos annual chefs and the economy, meeting with government leaders to be open for young people all over the world. Thousands should be able to occur in January 2021 in 400 cities online with the Davos attendees in a dialogue, told the WEF on Wednesday at its headquarters in Cologny, near Geneva. The Meeting is under the theme “The great reset”.
“The state of the world” was always the Motto of the German business Professor Klaus Schwab (82), who founded the WEF in 1971. You hold on to even in the face of the Corona-crisis: “The great reset” is to create an obligation, jointly and strongly the foundations of our economic and social system for a fairer, more sustainable and more resilient future, shared with the Foundation. “He requires a new social contract, which focuses on human dignity and social justice and in the social progress has lagged behind the economic development.”