Episode 204: Direct from Davos
Week in Review
Commentary of some of this week's stories begins at 4:35.
- Rob Bailey, Director, Climate Resilience, Marsh & McLennan Company, on the 2020 Global Risks Report (22:05)
- Brian Griffith, Executive Chairman, Griffith Foods about why a privately held, family business is in Davos this week (32:26)
- Peter Bakker, CEO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, about the Triangle of Stakeholder Capitalism (36:58)
- Marc de Wit, Director of Strategic Alliances, Circle Economy, about their new Circular Gap Report (41:56)
- Mark Gough, Executive Director, Natural Capital Coalition, about the conversation in Davos about risk, resilience and natural capital (47:40)
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Keeping Stuff Together," "4th Ave Walkup," "Southside," "More On That Later," "Arcarde Montage," "I'm Going For A Coffee," "As I Was Saying"
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