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Why it's time for the 'middle powers' to step up on geopolitics

In a polarised world, with the most powerful nations and the UN unable to prevent or end many wars, could... more

18 Apr 2024 · 36 minutes
It's cheaper to save the world than destroy it: author Akshat Rathi on Climate Capitalism

“Climate Capitalism is an antidote to the dominant narrative that because we’ve ignored the climate crisis for so long, it... more

09 Apr 2024 · 26 minutes
AI vs Art: Will AI rip the soul out of music, movies and art, or help express our humanity?

For half a century, Nile Rodgers has been making hit records that have touched people's hearts around the world. The... more

04 Apr 2024 · 40 minutes
In the age of the 'manosphere', what's the future for feminism? With Jude Kelly of the WOW Festival

Theatre director Jude Kelly founded the Women of the World (WOW) Festival almost two decades ago to spur conversations about... more

28 Mar 2024 · 36 minutes
Geopolitics, the equitable transition, and AI: things to look out for in energy in 2024

A year ago in Davos, energy - particularly the disruption to supply and prices caused by the war in Ukraine... more

21 Mar 2024 · 27 minutes
Ian Bremmer, Rachel Botsman and Azeem Azhar: 3 experts on the state of the world in 2024

What's in store for 2024? Ian Bremmer's political risk consultancy predicts an 'annus horribilis' but Exponential View's Azeem Azhar says... more

14 Mar 2024 · 26 minutes
The number of refugees could double in the next decade, the head of UNHCR says why

The UNHCR, cares for 114 million refugees and displaced people worldwide. Filippo Grandi, the head of the United Nations refugee... more

07 Mar 2024 · 20 minutes
AI: Is 2024 the year that governance catches up with the tech?

If 2023 was the year we all got familiar with generative AI, is 2024 the year when governments will act... more

29 Feb 2024 · 43 minutes
TradeTech: the trillion dollar promise that could unlock smoother global trade

Technology is revolutionizing global commerce and investment, and digitalizing the trade ecosystem holds the potential to increase trade by nearly... more

20 Feb 2024 · 22 minutes
What's next for generative AI? Three pioneers on their Eureka moments

"This is going to be the most transformational moment, not just in technology, but in culture and politics of... more

15 Feb 2024 · 26 minutes
How do vital businesses continue to operate in a war zone? The view from Yemen

In an episode recorded before the escalation of conflict in the Middle East, we hear from two private-sector companies involved... more

08 Feb 2024 · 30 minutes
When influencers meet the influential: YouTubers go to Davos

What do social media content creators make of Davos? We speak to three YouTubers - with a collective audience in... more

01 Feb 2024 · 22 minutes
Annual Meeting 2024: What just happened in Davos?

The World Economic Forum just held its Annual Meeting - but what impact will it have on the world beyond... more

25 Jan 2024 · 52 minutes
Meeting in the metaverse: Actor Rainn Wilson joins us on the virtual polar ice

What's Dwight from The Office doing in the metaverse? Actor Rainn Wilson joins us, in avatar form, to check out... more

15 Jan 2024 · 31 minutes
Global Risks Report: the big issues facing leaders at Davos 2024

As leading figures from government, business, academia and civil society head to Davos for the Annual Meeting 2024, what are... more

10 Jan 2024 · 36 minutes
A year in podcasts: the best of Radio Davos in 2023

Radio Davos is a podcast that is as wide-ranging and thought-provoking as the work of the World Economic Forum itself.... more

21 Dec 2023 · 32 minutes
2023 was the year we all got to know AI - so where will in take us in 2024?

As 2023 draws to a close and the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting approaches, we look at an issue... more

14 Dec 2023 · 18 minutes
Technology that transforms: what an invention from 1450 can teach us about AI

If you’re a ‘digital native’ - someone who can’t remember a world before the internet - you might feel you... more

30 Nov 2023 · 36 minutes
'Reality kicks in': What just happened at talks to create a 'Paris deal for plastics'?

Plastics pollution is a very visible, global environmental and health challenge, and last year the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)... more

24 Nov 2023 · 32 minutes
"Not just sticks of carbon" - how growing trees for the climate must also benefit biodiversity

When Professor Tom Crowther published research into the massive potential of trees to absorb more carbon than previously thought, he... more

11 Nov 2023 · 25 minutes
Quality over quantity: why the time has come for 'value based health care'

The concept of 'value based health care' - where patient outcomes are monitored and health care services are funded on... more

09 Nov 2023 · 44 minutes
Lessons in leadership we can all learn from: celebrating 100 episodes of Meet the Leader

This week we’re celebrating 100 episodes of our sister podcast Meet the Leader. Every week, Linda Lacina interviews leaders -... more

27 Oct 2023 · 45 minutes
What 20 years of Second Life can teach us about the future of the metaverse

In 2003 - the a year before a 19-year-old Harvard student called Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook - Philip Rosedale launched... more

10 Oct 2023 · 43 minutes
How to talk to a climate change sceptic

What is the single most important thing that any individual can do to help alleviate the climate crisis? Katharine Hayhoe... more

05 Oct 2023 · 25 minutes
Instability, inflation and the 'polycrisis' - the Global Risks Report half a year on

At the start of this year, the World Economic Forum published its annual Global Risks Report - a major survey... more

28 Sep 2023 · 36 minutes
SDIM23: Innovation for Tough-To-Decarbonize Industries

Sourcing and scaling viable innovations to decarbonize ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors like mining and aviation will be critical to the success of... more

22 Sep 2023 · 45 minutes
SDIM23 - Accelerating Progress on Gender Parity

Gender parity has recovered to pre-pandemic levels globally, but the pace of change is stagnating. It will take an estimated... more

21 Sep 2023 · 45 minutes
SDIM23 - Bridging the Gap: Financing Africa's Agricultural Growth

Small and medium agricultural enterprises (agri-SMEs) are Africa’s largest employer and economic engine—and the key to transforming food systems and... more

21 Sep 2023 · 1 hour, 14 minutes
The global economy is slowing - here's why that may not be such a bad thing

The World Economic Forum has just published its latest Chief Economists Outlook, a regular report based on the views of... more

18 Sep 2023 · 25 minutes
What are semiconductors, and why are they vital to the global economy?

Semiconductors make the world go round, and the most cutting-edge versions are necessary to propel the artificial intelligence revolution. Historian... more

06 Sep 2023 · 32 minutes
AI Professor Stuart Russell: - what could possibly go wrong?

Professor Stuart Russell shares his concerns about the rapid rise of generative artificial intelligence. Listen back to our 5-part series... more

02 Aug 2023 · 50 minutes
Beyond AI: the top-10 tech of 2023 set to change our lives

Designer phages, spatial optics, plant sensors and bendable batteries - just some of the items on this year's World Economic... more

19 Jul 2023 · 42 minutes
Not just for gamers: how the metaverse might impact your life

Is the metaverse still a thing or has the world’s attention moved on to generative AI?  On this episode of... more

18 Jul 2023 · 27 minutes
The 90-year-old using sports to change the lives of refugees

Claude Marshall fled Nazi Germany as a small boy in the 1930s and now helps today’s refugees by fundraising for... more

03 Jul 2023 · 26 minutes
Disease X - How the world can stop the next pandemic

Can we prevent a repeat of COVID-19? In a new book, Disease X, author Kate Kelland looks at what... more

03 Jul 2023 · 23 minutes
AI: Bringing stakeholders together to make AI work for us all

The final episode of our AI series comes from the Annual Meeting of the New Champions (AMNC), the World Economic... more

28 Jun 2023 · 25 minutes
AMNC23: Braving the Headwinds: Rewiring Growth Amid Fragility

Amid pressures on the global economy from recent major crises and renewed turbulence in financial markets, stakeholders will need to... more

27 Jun 2023 · 58 minutes
How COVID and cost of living hit progress on equality: the Global Gender Gap Report 2023

In most parts of the world, the gender gap - the difference in opportunities and outcomes for women compared to... more

22 Jun 2023 · 34 minutes
'AI will either compete with us or augment us' - so how do we pick the right option?

"AI will have some form of intelligence that will either compete with us or augment us. This is a question... more

15 Jun 2023 · 35 minutes
Responsible AI: how can philosophy help us make better tech?

The rise of generative artificial intelligence raises a lot of philosophical questions. So can philosophy help us make AI that... more

08 Jun 2023 · 45 minutes
AI as a common good? The companies making the AI products we'll soon all be using

For a transcript, visit the episode page at: https://www.weforum.org/podcasts/radio-davos/episodes/ai-episode-2-microsoft-hugging-face In the second a special series on generative... more

01 Jun 2023 · 51 minutes
AI: Why everyone's talking about the promise and risks of this 'powerful wild beast'

In the first of a special series on generative artificial intelligence, we ask why AI is suddenly such big news... more

24 May 2023 · 40 minutes
Recession fears recede, but inflation's still a big risk - 3 chief economists on the global outlook

We are still in a period of great economic uncertainty, with inflation posing a risk around the world and forcing... more

12 May 2023 · 38 minutes
Growth Summit 2023: Chief Economists Briefing

Against a backdrop of persistently sluggish growth, the global economy and markets continue to be roiled by crisis after crisis.... more

04 May 2023 · 47 minutes
Growth Summit 2023: Future of Work - Health and Care

With an estimated shortfall of 10 million workers in the sector by 2030, the health and care economy is under... more

03 May 2023 · 30 minutes
The future of jobs requires a ‘skills-first’ mindset - for employers and for you

Wondering what job you’ll be doing in five years’ time? Chances are it may be quite different from what you... more

03 May 2023 · 42 minutes
Chief Economists Outlook: What's next for the global economy?

What’s going on in the global economy? Christian Keller, the Head of Economic Research at Barclays, joins Radio Davos to... more

02 May 2023 · 37 minutes
The rise of AI and the green transition will transform the way we work: Future of Jobs Report 2023

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report is a snapshot of the world of work now, and a look... more

01 May 2023 · 42 minutes
Below the Belt: the movie that lifts the taboo on endometriosis

“Arguably the most common devastating disease that most people have never heard of. It affects at least one in nine... more

05 Apr 2023 · 26 minutes
COVID transformed the world of work, but AI’s impact will be much bigger.

COVID transformed the world of work, but AI’s impact will be much bigger. “It’s the first time in the history... more

03 Apr 2023 · 28 minutes
The energy transition moonshot: innovations that will transform our world

It often looks like we are doing too little too late to wean ourselves off fossil fuels, but companies around... more

31 Mar 2023 · 40 minutes
Beyond the UN Water Conference: Leaders on What's Next

The first UN Water Conference in almost 50 years was a watershed moment to catalyze a series of several key... more

29 Mar 2023 · 52 minutes
UN Water Conference: the entrepreneurs on a mission

At the UN Water Conference, a group of entrepreneurs from around the world are telling how their innovations could help... more

23 Mar 2023 · 31 minutes
UN 2023 Water Conference: water is life, but it’s also politics

As the world meets at the United Nations for the first water summit in a decade, we speak to someone... more

20 Mar 2023 · 24 minutes
The golden age of AI: why ChatGPT is just the start

Everyone, it seems, is talking about ChatGPT - the generative artificial intelligence application that you can chat to like a... more

16 Mar 2023 · 18 minutes
Davos 2023: Is Global Tax Reform Stalling?

With growing social polarisation and a lack of trust in the fairness of economic systems, progress on more efficient global... more

15 Mar 2023 · 45 minutes
How the 'Wild Wet West' was won: why the UN High Seas Treaty is big news

Up to now, the vast majority of the world’s ocean was not governed by a global treaty that would protect... more

08 Mar 2023 · 24 minutes
Davos 2023: Relaunching Trade, Growth and Investment

Flows of capital, goods, services and people have boosted productivity and living standards, tripling the size of the global economy... more

07 Mar 2023 · 46 minutes
Davos 2023: Don't Let Greenwashing Fears Stall Credible Action

Investors in natural ecosystems face hard choices to ensure credible outcomes at scale, given the rapid action needed to stabilize... more

02 Mar 2023 · 47 minutes
Apps, bots and 'finfluencers': how to navigate the changing world of investing

If you’re lucky enough to have some spare cash to invest, how do you decide where to put it? In... more

28 Feb 2023 · 22 minutes
Davos 2023: De-Globalization or Re-Globalization?

The ties that bind the world economy together have frayed in recent years. From the competition over advanced microchip manufacturing... more

24 Feb 2023 · 47 minutes
Flying without emissions: how green hydrogen is greening aviation

A 20-seater plane powered by a zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell engine just made its first test flight. We talk to... more

24 Feb 2023 · 18 minutes
Can the word ‘polycrisis’ help us make sense of the post-COVID world? Historian Adam Tooze has his say

‘Polycrisis’, a relatively new term, was in the air at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in January, where people... more

15 Feb 2023 · 39 minutes
Top tips on leadership in 2023 - from Meet the Leader

How can we navigate the ‘polycrisis’? A range of leaders give their quick tips on how to set priorities and... more

10 Feb 2023 · 25 minutes
Davos 2023: Global Economic Outlook: Is this the End of an Era?

The engines of global growth are slowing and the number of households and businesses facing economic distress is rising. ... more

08 Feb 2023 · 55 minutes
Democracy can’t flourish if women are excluded: Nazanin Boniadi on Iran at Davos 2023

Actress and activist Nazanin Boniadi, who was at the WEF’s Annual Meeting in Davos to talk about the protest movement... more

02 Feb 2023 · 24 minutes
The global conversation on energy changed at Davos 2023 - here’s why

At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting that ended days ago there was no bigger issue than the energy crisis... more

27 Jan 2023 · 28 minutes
Davos 2023: Women’s Leadership: Towards Parity in Power

Driving growth, equity and transformative solutions to today’s challenges needs more gender-diverse leadership across the economy, politics and civil society.... more

27 Jan 2023 · 39 minutes
Davos 2023: Finding Europe's New Growth

Europe is facing a slow-growth, high-debt and high-inflation economy, even as labour markets remain persistently tight. With limited fiscal and... more

20 Jan 2023 · 45 minutes
Davos 2023: Keeping the Pace on Climate

In the face of a 'polycrisis' - an energy crisis, a climate crisis, geopolitical conflict and a potential economic recession,... more

20 Jan 2023 · 1 hour, 5 minutes
Davos 2023 Day 5: Inflation, AI, and women of influence

Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel of the News Agents podcast join us to look at the final day at #wef23... more

20 Jan 2023 · 18 minutes
Davos 2023: A Conversation with Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO

Does tech need a new business model? How can computing power drive the energy transition? How can the tech sector... more

19 Jan 2023 · 33 minutes
Davos 2023 Day 4: Beware of the ‘Great Fracture’

On today’s Radio Davos, co-hosted by ‘Exponential View’ writer, author and podcaster Azeem Azhar, UN Secretary-General warns of a ‘great... more

19 Jan 2023 · 32 minutes
Davos 2023 Day 3: global collaboration in the metaverse

On Day 3 at Davos 2023, we enter the metaverse to experience the Forum’s Global Collaboration Village, hear why inflation... more

18 Jan 2023 · 34 minutes
Davos 2023: Stemming the Cost of Living Crisis

Experts ask: Have we seen the worst of inflation? Will the cost of living crisis get worse before it better?... more

17 Jan 2023 · 44 minutes
Davos 2023 Day 2: the economy and the climate

It’s a fragmented world - can humanity learn to cooperate to solve the big issues? Bloomberg climate change reporter, host... more

17 Jan 2023 · 32 minutes
Davos 2023: Day 1 - Cooperation in a Fragmented World

It’s Day 1 at Davos 2023. In this first of the daily shows that will drop every morning this week,... more

16 Jan 2023 · 32 minutes
What does the future look like for energy, and for our jobs?

Ahead of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, we look at two issues that will be at the... more

12 Jan 2023 · 37 minutes
Welcome to the age of the polycrisis: the Global Risks Report 2023

The cost of living crisis around the world is the number one risk in the short-term, according to the latest... more

11 Jan 2023 · 29 minutes
The metaverse: how to build something we can all gain from

Is the metaverse more than just a catchy buzzword? Can companies and regulators build something safe, engaging and useful? ... more

22 Dec 2022 · 19 minutes
Tech that will change our lives: 7 CEOs pick the ones to watch

From machine learning to quantum sensing and the metaverse - these CEOs pick out the tech we should all be... more

16 Dec 2022 · 25 minutes
Running to save the world: the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit for the environment

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons in a year to raise awareness about water; Lewis Pugh swam across the Red... more

25 Nov 2022 · 30 minutes
Beyond COP27: Leaders on the Road Ahead

Figures from business, government and civil society share their reflections on COP27, in a discussion hosted by the World Economic... more

22 Nov 2022 · 46 minutes
How can innovation help solve the freshwater crisis?

The water we drink and use to wash and irrigate our crops is precious, and becoming ever more so due... more

11 Nov 2022 · 22 minutes
COP27: what to expect from the climate summit

As COP27 begins in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, Radio Davos looks at the main themes, and talks to the head of... more

07 Nov 2022 · 28 minutes
Radio Davos Podcast Club: ‘Zero’ from Bloomberg Green

Zero is a new podcast from Bloomberg Green which looks at climate change and how we might use policy, technology... more

04 Nov 2022 · 29 minutes
Life on Mars and the birth of the universe: why space exploration is vital to humanity

Humans are about to return to the Moon, and are working on a mission to Mars. Former NASA chief scientist... more

28 Oct 2022 · 46 minutes
Gene therapy - how can poorer countries benefit from the most expensive drugs in the world?

Gene therapy is one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare with over 2,000 therapies in development globally. The new... more

21 Oct 2022 · 34 minutes
What in the world is a chief exploration officer?

Every big company has a Chief Executive Officer - a CEO - many have CFOs and COOs but how many... more

12 Oct 2022 · 31 minutes
Food and climate change - the vital, but often overlooked links between the two

Food production has a huge impact on climate change. And climate change has a huge impact on our ability to... more

10 Oct 2022 · 50 minutes
Inflation, recession? What next for the global economy? Three experts dig into the latest Chief Economists Outlook

What’s going on in the global economy? It is a question that the World Economic... more

29 Sep 2022 · 35 minutes
Tackling disinformation - how can we combat the lies that go viral?

Disinformation is not new. Examples of disinformation and so-called fake news campaigns are plentiful. But with increasing fears about the... more

29 Sep 2022 · 44 minutes
Inflation: how can we tame it?

Inflation is a major concern around the world - for economic policymakers, for companies and for all of us who... more

23 Sep 2022 · 28 minutes
As COP27 approaches, where does a fractured world stand on climate change?

In the run-up to the next climate summit, COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, World Economic Forum President Børge Brende convened... more

22 Sep 2022 · 42 minutes
What are Young Global Leaders, and how are they tackling the world’s biggest challenges?

What’s the connection between Jimmy Wales, Amal Clooney, Emmanuel Macron, Jacinda Ardern and will.i.am? Answer? They’re all Young Global Leaders. So... more

16 Sep 2022 · 31 minutes
Financial inclusion - how increased access to banking is lifting people out of poverty

1.4 billion adults have no access to banking - that means it’s harder for them to save, to borrow, to... more

09 Sep 2022 · 27 minutes
Carbon offsets - how do they work, and who sets the rules?

Carbon offsets are when a polluting company buys a carbon credit to make up for the greenhouse gas it has... more

02 Sep 2022 · 34 minutes
Space, cyberspace and climate change: the best of Radio Davos over the last year

Radio Davos is the weekly podcast from the World Economic Forum that looks at the world’s biggest challenges and how... more

04 Aug 2022 · 44 minutes
Ukraine’s history, and why it matters

If we want to understand the war in Ukraine, and why it matters to the world, we need to know... more

29 Jul 2022 · 40 minutes
‘BookTok’: how social media changed how we read books

Laura Battle, Deputy Books Editor at the Financial Times, tells us how social media, especially #BookTok, has changed the global... more

22 Jul 2022 · 24 minutes
How we can close the global gender gap - and why we should

The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap report collates data on gender equality from 146 countries looking at the opportunities... more

13 Jul 2022 ·
How we can close the global gender gap - and why we should

The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap report collates data on gender equality from 146 countries looking at the opportunities... more

13 Jul 2022 · 27 minutes
Space - how advances up there can help life down here

What are humans doing in space and why are we talking about bases on the Moon or missions to Mars... more

01 Jul 2022 · 24 minutes
Global Cybersecurity Outlook

The World Economic Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook report indicates that cyberattacks increased 125% globally in 2021, with evidence suggesting a... more

01 Jul 2022 · 43 minutes
The Four-Day Week: Necessity or Luxury?

Why do we work five days a week? Could we be just as productive, and healthier and happier working four... more

23 Jun 2022 · 46 minutes
Can the world avoid stagflation?

Greg Daco, chief economist at EY-Parthenon, talks about the multiple challenges facing the global economy and gives his view on,... more

23 Jun 2022 · 31 minutes
‘We are in a geopolitical recession’ - Ian Bremmer on globalization, populism and the power of crisis

Ian Bremmer, author and founder of the research and consulting firm Eurasia Group, says while many of the global bodies... more

18 Jun 2022 · 27 minutes
Davos 2022: How to finance net zero

Can banks and investors shift to climate-friendly business in a way that will have a global impact on slashing greenhouse... more

16 Jun 2022 · 1 hour,
Dance or die: the ballet dancer who faced down Al Qaeda to become the voice of stateless refugees

Ahmad Joudeh, a dancer with the Dutch National Ballet, performed at Davos 2022. We hear how he fended off violent... more

10 Jun 2022 · 27 minutes
What’s next for the global economy? Experts talk inflation, stagnation and (de-)globalisation at Davos 2022

On this panel at Davos 2022: Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund Jane Fraser, Chief Executive Officer, Citi... more

09 Jun 2022 · 1 hour, 1 minute
Is globalization dead? Author and columnist Thomas Friedman in conversation at Davos 2022

With every crisis people declare the end of globalization, but Thomas Friedman argues that, despite war, economic uncertainty and unrest,... more

02 Jun 2022 · 26 minutes
So just what is the metaverse? Meta’s Nick Clegg at Davos 2022

Nick Clegg, president for global affairs at Meta, came into the Radio Davos booth to explain his new role at... more

02 Jun 2022 · 23 minutes
Day 4 at Davos 2022, your morning briefing podcast

On the final day of the Meeting, Peter Prengaman, climate and environmental news director at the Associated Press, gives us... more

26 May 2022 · 31 minutes
What next for global growth?

The recovery from the COVID-19 crisis has been deeply uneven within and between countries, depending on their access to fiscal... more

25 May 2022 · 46 minutes
Day 3 at Davos 2022 - your morning briefing

Shereen Bhan, managing editor of Indian business news channel CNBC-TV18, joins us to look ahead to Day 3 when climate... more

25 May 2022 · 38 minutes
Day 2 at Davos 2022 - your morning briefing

Enrique Acevedo. news anchor at CBS news, joins us in the Radio Davos booth to look ahead to the highlights... more

24 May 2022 · 21 minutes
Welcome to the mountain: it’s Day 1 at Davos 2022

What’s happening on Day 1 of Davos 2022? South African TV anchor Nzinga Qunta joins us in the booth at... more

23 May 2022 · 23 minutes
Davos 2022 - what to expect from this meeting like no other

The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting, bringing leaders and experts together from around the world, traditionally happens in January. But... more

21 May 2022 · 15 minutes
What's going on with the global economy? A chief economist's view

As the world began to emerge from the pandemic, we were expecting some turbulence, but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has... more

19 May 2022 · 31 minutes
Energy transition - have global crises stalled progress on climate goals?

The World Economic Forum has been tracking global progress on the ‘energy transition’ for a decade and has just released... more

11 May 2022 · 39 minutes
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The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting, bringing leaders and experts together from around the world, traditionally happens in January. But for the... more