#World Economic Forum

  • Article: France Vows to Close All Coal Plants by 2021
    Environment

    France Vows to Close All Coal Plants by 2021

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 25, 2018

    Renewable energy is good for the economy, Macron says. Read more

  • Article: Trudeau’s Words on Women’s Equality at Davos Are Must-Read
    Girls & Women

    Trudeau’s Words on Women’s Equality at Davos Are Must-Read

    By Jackie Marchildon|Jan. 24, 2018

    Canada to lead the way with gender equality talks in Davos. Read more

  • Article: 90% of Young Americans Say They Would Welcome Refugees to the US
    Citizenship

    90% of Young Americans Say They Would Welcome Refugees to the US

    By Daniele Selby|Aug. 29, 2017

    Politicians maybe be trying to close borders, but young people around the world welcome refugees. Read more

  • Article: These Are the Best & Worst Countries to Visit in 2017
    Citizenship

    These Are the Best & Worst Countries to Visit in 2017

    By Phineas Rueckert|April 11, 2017

    A new report ranks countries on safety, infrastructure, and sustainability. Read more

  • Article: How Can Artists Lead Dramatic Social Change?
    Citizenship

    How Can Artists Lead Dramatic Social Change?

    Jan. 27, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Sometimes artists, as well as politicians, can set social agendas. Read more

  • Article: Bill Gates Wants to End Malaria for Good
    Health

    Bill Gates Wants to End Malaria for Good

    By James O'Hare|Jan. 20, 2017

    Bad news for mosquitoes. Read more

  • Article: China's Set to Take Over the World, and 5 Other Takeaways From Davos
    Finance & Innovation

    China's Set to Take Over the World, and 5 Other Takeaways From Davos

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 19, 2017

    69 of the world's top 100 economic entities are corporations; 31 are countries. Read more

  • Article: 8 Men Own as Much as the Poorest 3.6 Billion People on the Planet
    Finance & Innovation

    8 Men Own as Much as the Poorest 3.6 Billion People on the Planet

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 17, 2017

    The wealth of these men is not a sign of extreme talent; it’s a sign of profound political failure. Read more