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World-leading climate scientists took a closer look at how rising temperatures would affect the planet. This is what they found.

Modern humans have existed for at least 300,000 years - but new evidence shows they left Africa earlier than we thought.

Big data and machine learning provide exciting opportunities for business. But there is a high risk of failure, if we do not handle the potential bias that surrounds them.

The fashion industry has a huge impact on the environment. But as it begins to wake up to the issue, new materials and new opportunities are being created.

Published in 2013, the novel tackles the topic of e-waste in the Guangdong province of China. The author was one of The World Economic Forum's cultural leaders at the Annual Meeting of New Champions 2019.

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After losing a rainforest the size of Belgium in the tropics, researchers have identified the best areas to replant trees, from Brazil to Madagascar, in a bid to undo the damage caused by deforestation and climate change.

They aren’t ruining language: they’re a natural substitute for gesture, writes linguistics expert Lauren Gawne.

Much of the coast is already covered in heaps of rotting seaweed, contributing to an economic and ecological crisis.

Founded between the years of 1945 and 1967, Golden Age universities have established themselves well among the ranks of much older institutions.

A quarter of older adults in the US live alone and spend a rough average of 10 hours per day on their own.

The magazine Science Fiction World has played a crucial role in Chinese sci-fi’s rise to acclaim - here's how.

The rapidly evolving, complex nature of cyberspace endows its leaders with many of the competencies needed on today's geopolitical stage. Here's how they could inspire new world leadership.

The natural shift of fertility rates and population growth is set to affect countries in different ways as technology and automation progress.

Around 40 tonnes of fishing nets and consumer plastics have been removed from the Pacific – but the clean-up has only made a dent in the huge Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

The top 10 continues to be dominated by Western institutions.

Rough sleeping in London rose by 18% over the last year and Buses4Homeless, a British-based social enterprise, provides a shelter for homeless people.

The new station could give us more detailed insights on the environmental changes within the Himalayas.

Single-use man-made items like plastic bottles and disposable diapers can take up to 500 years to break down in the ocean. But governments are starting to fight back against global plastic pollution.

Even Their Vegetables Are Meaty!
Arby's has concocted a "marrot;" a faux carrot made from meat. It's not available to customers yet, but the chain says it's experimenting with "megetables."
This on-brand PR stunt is perfect for the restaurant chain whose slogan is "we have the meats."

Looking at economic motivations in the MENA region is key to understanding the wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen. This report examines the factors that play a critical role in the persistence of open fighting and localized violence.

Advances in molecular science and the genetics of ageing could see those born today potentially living to 150. As the prospect of extended longevity comes within reach, clinicians and experts are debating what a meaningful life for 11 billion people would look like. What if living to 150 becomes the new norm
Join an in-depth discussion that explores the possible, plausible and probable impacts of cutting-edge…

In the summer months, immaculate gardens come into their own - but they could be harming biological diversity.

TIPA's new fully compostable plastic bags are made from orange peel, helping cut down plastic waste.

Whether it's storytelling, videos or gamification, we need new learning pathways that tailor curricula to the ways in which each student learns best.

One million plant and animal species face extinction due to human activity, threatening the health of ecosystems that underpin our economy and society. With climate, ocean, food and land systems increasingly under threat, how can leaders come together to protect our natural world
The high-level panel will discuss these issues after a screening of a director's cut of Our Planet from Sir David Attenborough’s new series…

ASEAN's internet population is growing by 125,000 citizens each day, making it the fastest-growing internet market in the world. How can business and government unlock the social and economic potential of ASEAN’s digital age
On the Forum Agenda
- Adapting national regulations to support the digital economy
- Designing targeted digital business plans for the region
- Assessing China's role in shaping ASEAN’s digital development

As China's middle class grows, domestic tourism is on the rise. From fearsome heights to city sights, here's a selection of images from the vast country's tourism scene.

Digital IDs can be authenticated remotely, meaning that platforms like Uber and Task Rabbit could verify their drivers and handymen with one click - and both consumers and the platform could trust them.

The regulatory grey zones of China's biotech ascendancy enter the spotlight at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China.

One company plans to 3D-print rockets on Mars, another is using AI to make driverless cars understand the behaviour of other road users, while a third is using big data to help avert natural disasters.

The rise of megafirms is prompting digital markets to shift towards a winner-takes-all dynamic. As tech titans continue expanding, how will the pace of innovation be affected
On the Forum Agenda:
- Examining consolidation as a business strategy
- Exploring network effects and fair business practices
- Debating the space for innovation
This session was developed in partnership with Wall Street Journal.
Simultaneous interpretation in English,…

Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed has risked anger and injury to further the cause of gay Muslims. Ten years after he established Europe's first inclusive mosque, he explores what has changed.

Also in this week's round-up: urban 'clean air' shelters, Bangladesh's digital transformation, and the world's strangest cycle paths.

A Global Trade Identity (GTID) system means supply chain actors can be sure of who they are digitally transacting with, without third-party help.

The Town of Hilton Head Island just announced on its Facebook page that eggs from a Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle nest hatched this morning.

Despite decades of research, we are still relying on organ donation rather than growing kidneys, livers, and hearts in the lab. Daniel Heath spoke to Professor Andrea O’Connor about the development of tissue engineering

As the global aviation industry continues to soar, a World Economic Forum initiative aims to speed up passenger travel.

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In the Nigerian state of Edo, 20,000 children have returned to school since bold educational reforms began one year ago, according to the government.

These countries are leading the charge towards a cleaner environment, and they each have their own innovative approach.

Separations have declined by 18% over the past decade, and it's mostly down to the younger generation's approach to marriage.

Despite being on the endangered species list, loggerhead sea turtles are experiencing a nesting boom.