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No, this year's gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos was not like any other, says DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge. She's seen business leaders heeding the call for a radical shift toward sustainability.
Eleven thousand young people are, so far, involved in a network founded by the World Economic Forum as 'Global Shapers.' This year 52 of them have been invited and are making themselves heard in Davos.
Davos is a picturesque holiday resort in Switzerland. And, once every year, it hosts the World Economic Forum. The summit is no longer the elitist gathering it once was, writes Manuela Kasper-Claridge.
Despite climate topping the agenda at this year's World Economic Forum, prominent climate change skeptic Donald Trump is one of the first speakers. He and activist Greta Thunberg laid out competing visions.
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