Black People Politics : Davos Daily Review: Jane Goodall, Income Inequality and Climate Change

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    Davos Daily Review: Jane Goodall, Income Inequality and Climate Change


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    Davos Daily Review: Jane Goodall, Income Inequality and Climate Change

    The final day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, featured discussions on issues of equality, migration and climate change
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    A panel addressing inequality was moderated by Edward Felsenthal, TIME Editor-in-Chief and CEO, who said it is the issue that was most widely discussed during the Forum and asked panelists whether they are seeing any movements towards addressing it.

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    CAN DAVOS DE-DAVOS ITSELF?
    It’s easy to mock Davos as a convocation of jet-setting zillionaires colluding to torch civilization and make themselves richer. But a closer inspection reveals a different reality

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    But there are also panel discussions like “Is This the End or Beginning of Globalism?” or “Is the West Paralyzed?” Those aren’t easy or safe; nor is the panel “Preparing for Future Migration Scenarios,” one that refers to a population explosion in Africa, where the number of people is set to double to over 2 billion by 2050, placing growing pressure on the borders of neighboring Europe.
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