Davos 2022: The Mandai girl driving climate issues at World Economic Forum

Ms Neo Gim Huay joined the World Economic Forum's leadership team in Geneva in January. PHOTO: WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
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DAVOS - In some ways, this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting was a climate change summit of sorts.

Climate change and sustainability figured in several sessions, some of the leading newsmakers at the summit were those working on the issue, and one of the most significant collaborations announced at Davos 2022 was an initiative bringing companies and governments together on this issue.

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