Summit on the Global Agenda, Dubai. Day One.By
I have to give Dubai credit for sponsoring the biggest brainstorming session (700 people) I have ever been in on a topic of supreme importance--how to design a post-crisis world. It's a fascinating experiment by Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum and I don't know how it will turn out in the end--if the carbon footprint of 700 people flying to Dubai is outweighed by the insight and action they take to get the world back on track. But it is audacious.
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