Spotlight on Davos: Safeguarding climate, food, and nature

As average temperatures rise, dangerous weather events become more frequent and severe, threatening the lives of animals and their habitats and wreaking havoc on people’s livelihoods and communities. The transformation of the global economy needed to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 would be significant, requiring $9.2 trillion in annual average spending on physical assets. Explore these insights to learn what it would take to secure food systems, navigate the energy transition, and build a nature-based economy, and stay tuned for more on #WEF22.

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