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    Difficult choices: Energy transition needs pragmatism

    In a series of posts related to to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report, Simon Henry, Chief Financial Officer of Royal Dutch Shell calls for pragmatism as a guiding principle in the transition to a New Energy Architecture. Read the Japanese Case study related to this report… more
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    New frontiers: optogenetics

    ‘I hope to peak your curiosity with a vision of how we might enhance brain function as we know it, and possibly change our sense of self.’ – I-han Chou By inserting genes into brain cells, causing them to express light sensitive proteins, specific neuronal activity can be switched on and… more
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    Japan’s energy challenge: from sustainability to survivability

    In a series of posts related to to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report, Professor Tatsuo Masuda of Nagoya University of Commerce and Business explains Japan’s need for a shift in its approach to sustainable energy. Read the Japanese Case study related to this report… more
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    What we need to know about Canada’s energy riches

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report launched on Monday 23rd April 2012, Bob Elton, former CEO of BC Hydro, explains Canada’s place in the increasingly complex energy world. Making the most of Canada’s energy riches has been… more
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    Why complexity is a good thing for meeting global energy goals

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report launched on Monday 23rd April 2012, Executive Director of International Energy Agency, Maria van der Hoeven explains why a one-size-fits-all solution is not an option.  Significant technology… more
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    The truth about energy efficiency

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report launched on Monday 23rd April 2012,  Energy Industry Managing Director Arthur Hanna discusses the advantages of energy efficiency in a discouraged energy market.  As highlighted by the World Economic… more
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    Is India dealing with its 95% increase in energy demand ?

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture report launched on Monday 23rd April 2012, Tejpreet Singh Chopra, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bharat Light and Power, talks about the challenges of meeting India’s spike in energy demand.  Dri… more
  • Global Agenda Councils

    What if we fail to adapt to the new era of scarcity?

    Dominic Waughray, Head of Environmental Initiatives at the World Economic Forum, explores what could happen if the world fails to get to grips with the new reality of extreme weather and scarce resources. The interview is part of the Risk Response Network’s “What if?” series. What is your… more
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    Translating energy into lasting prosperity

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s Energy for Economic Growth report launched on Wednesday 7th March 2012, Khalid A. Al-Falih explains what energy-rich countries can do to translate their resources into broad economic development and growth. It is often said that… more
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    Why energy has remained stable during the Second Great Contraction

    In a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s Energy for Economic Growth report launched on Wednesday 7th March 2012, Kenneth Rogoff talks about the impact of the Second Great Contraction on commodity prices. One of the stunning features of the post-financial crisis global… more
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    Water Resources Group: A new model for water sector transformation

    The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012 kicked off yesterday exploring the most pressing challenges that our world faces today. A strong green thread runs across Davos this year, where many discussions are focused on realizing growth in a sustainable manner. Given their importance to economic… more
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    Davos 2012: beyond the food-energy-water nexus

    At this week’s World Economic Forum, the food-energy-water nexus will be a common theme running through many conversations, and that is a good thing. Water, food and energy security are chronic impediments to economic growth and social stability. But now we need to take the next step, and… more