Klaus Schwab says “we do know the global energy systems, food systems, and supply chains will be deeply affected” at the World Government Summit 2022.
“The world is developing rapidly in line with huge use of technology and advanced networks that can transfer data at high speed. It will create a new world that we have never seen; the speed, engagement and connectivity that put the world’s governments on the front line.”
Dubai: Developing a knowledge economy and leveraging the latest technology can empower governments to solve challenges and strengthen people’s trust, Sheikh Sabah Al Khaled Al Hamad Al Sabah, Prime Minister of Kuwait, told the World Government Summit at Expo 2020 Dubai on Wednesday
“Enabling technology and expansion in sustainable cities and clean energy will help people to have a better life.” He said that despite environmental warnings, some countries still highly consume their current resources.
Sheikh Sabah said Kuwait has pledged at the COP summit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to meet the Paris Agreement. “Kuwait has a pack of economic projects and sustainable plans on the national level. Kuwait adopted plans to diversify power resources and reduce emissions by 2030,” Al Sabah added. Source
NEW YORK and THE EMIRATES – March 28, 2022 – The World Government Summit, in partnership with Forbes, will this year host the “Forbes Under 30” Forum. Taking place on the 29th March at the Dubai Exhibition Centre at Expo 2020, the Forum will culminate in a gala dinner where 30 prominent young leaders will be celebrated, joining high level officials as they define our world ahead. Source