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Davos 2023: The future of ‘globalisation’

By France24
20 January 2023   |   3:24 pm
All eyes in Davos were on the arrival of climate activist Greta Thunberg, who slammed the oil and gas giants who participate in the World Economic Forum. At a panel entitled "Treating the climate crisis like a crisis", she and fellow activists said that energy giants are "prioritising greed" rather than action.

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