Forging a Sustainable Path Toward a Common Future – WEF


DAVOS SWITZERLAND – Climate – The World Economic Forum hosted for the first time youth climate activists.

Greta Thunberg and Canadian Autumn Peltier were two of the panelists participating in this WEF discussion.

Carbon emissions from fossil fuels hit a record high in 2019 – yet another sign that we are betraying future generations who will increasingly need to adapt to a warmer and more volatile world. How can the passion of today’s youth activism inspire positive change in behaviours that respect the needs and rights of future citizens?

This session was developed in partnership with TIME.


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