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This is going to be a very important thread.

#WorldEconomicForum
#FourthIndustrialRevolution
#GretaThunberg
#SavingCapitalism with
#StakeholderCapitalism
#RedefiningCapitalism
#NewDealForNature

Let's start here, with this misleading article shared by the GT account.
To start. From the article:

"The theme of this year’s gathering in #Davos is “#stakeholders for a cohesive and sustainable world”. According to the forum’s website, leaders will meet to discuss ideas and improve our global progress on climate change."

theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
What is not shared is the primary focus:

"Focus of the meeting will be on renewing the concept of stakeholder #capitalism to overcome income inequality, societal division and the #climate crisis."

This #WEF release is new (Jan 14 2020) - but the focus & theme is not.
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I would hate to miss #FridaysForFinance

Let's start with this.

Oct. 15 2019, Thunberg:

"I have never said that we can’t have economic growth. I have just said that instead of focusing on economic growth & talking about money, we should talk about human lives & ecosystems."
That sounds a lot like this from Klein:

"But I have never said that we need to "slay" "ditch" or "dismantle" #capitalism in order to fight climate change."



@empathiser
@empathiser No wonder Susan Rockefeller (pictured), Angel Gurría, The Guardian etc. etc. - all love Klein so much.

#GreenGrowth
#FridaysForFinance
#SavingCapitalism
#Rebrand
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Just like clockwork. World Economic Forum - the movie.

On October 28, 2019, the documentary The Forum, opened the 62nd edition of German documentary festival (DOK Leipzig).

Because "to change everything, we need everyone".

Director Marcus Vetter: "Eventually we have to overcome some of our preconceptions. The elite may not appear as evil as we think they are. There are good and bad people..."
con't: "The film is asking the question, 'Is there not maybe still a middle way, one in which everyone comes together instead of separating from one another?'"
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Today we are going to play a game. The game is called "Which is more valuable". This is not a parody. This was published as an interactive game on BBC in 2015. It's demonstrating how markets can (& will) value the natural world.

Let's play.

#1
If you said "acre of oyster reef" - you were right.

Next question...
#2

Which is more valuable?
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