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Creating a cohesive and sustainable world
From increasing wealth disparity and technological disruptions, to demographic pressures and growing populism, to the climate crisis and declining confidence in the institutions that underpin society, now is an important time for leaders to come together and work towards a more sustainable world.
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos will bring together leaders from all around the world to discuss these pressing issues. In January, we’ll be joining them to take part in discussions and events aimed at discussing possible solutions. We’re also launching the findings of 23rd Annual Global CEO Survey.
No single organisation alone can address the economic, environmental, social and technological challenges of a complex, interdependent world. Guided by our purpose, we’re committed to working together to bring about change. Join us here, and on Twitter and LinkedIn, for insights and live updates in the lead up to and during Davos.
How are businesses and governments leading a reskilling revolution for 1billion people? Our Global Chairman, Bob Moritz, joined a panel discussion held at the World Economic Forum. (Duration: 44m57s)
Our Global Chairman, Bob Moritz, revealed the findings of PwC’s 23rd Global CEO Survey at a press conference in Davos the eve of the WEF. (Duration 2m)
Of jobs are at risk of automation by 2030s according to PwC estimates
Reduction in global carbon intensity in 2018. A rate of 7.5% per year is needed to limit warming to 2°C
Of business leaders surveyed mention the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in their reporting, but only 1% measure performance against SDG targets
Potential contribution to the global economy by 2030 from AI — if it is used responsibly
As leaders gather for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, PwC releases a new podcast series looking at four themes which are high up the agenda in Davos: upskilling, purpose, technology and climate change. Hear from experts on the challenges and opportunities facing organisations, including practical solutions.
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