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Reflections from Davos: Encouraging action on several of the world’s most critical issues

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Jan 31, 2020

In January 2020, Deloitte Canada published an article where Rob P. Galaski, Vice Chair, Global Managing Partner, who was present at Davos as part of our Deloitte delegation, where he shares a few key takeaways and how they relate to codifying organizational sustainability.

This year, the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland helped reinforce an interesting paradox. For 50 years, the meeting has been held in the cold and unchanging mountains of the Swiss Alps. Outside this small mountain town, however, the world is getting hotter and more unstable. From military disputes between the United States and Iran to protests in Hong Kong, from debates over the presidential impeachment south of the border and massive bushfires in Australia, the beginning of this new decade has been marked by heated tensions to match the ongoing warming of Earth itself.

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