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Recap: Highlights from the Davos Agenda 2022

On Friday, the World Economic Forum wrapped up its annual #DavosAgenda, which this year took the form of a virtual series of sessions focused on tackling the world’s greatest challenges, from restoring trust in global trade to building future preparedness. Learn more about McKinsey’s strategic partnership with the World Economic Forum, and dive deeper on the topics that dominated this year’s online sessions, including:

  • technology cooperation in the fourth industrial revolution
  • renewing a global social contract
  • accelerating and scaling up climate innovation
  • meeting the challenge of vaccine equity

The Fourth Industrial Revolution will be people powered

Emphasizing the S in ESG

Innovating to net zero: An executive’s guide to climate technology

Is the world up to the challenge of mass COVID-19 vaccination?

How COVID-19 is reshaping supply chains

Our future lives and livelihoods: Sustainable and inclusive and growing

When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?

The resilience imperative: Succeeding in uncertain times

The state of AI in 2021

The social contract in the 21st century

Coming soon

  • Countries and companies are stepping up their climate commitments, but what would it actually take to achieve the net-zero emissions ambition by 2050? And how can leaders navigate their organizations through the transition? Stay tuned for a forthcoming report from The McKinsey Global Institute, The net-zero transition: What it would cost, what it could bring, publishing on January 25, and register for a webinar on February 1 to take a deep dive on the findings.
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