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“State of the World”: GZERO Summit in Japan

Two days ago, in the morning of September 27 in Tokyo, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media President Ian Bremmer* kicked off the 2022 GZERO Summit with his annual “State of the World” keynote speech. "Order" topics such as economy, security and digitalization were shared with the audience to think about and debate. And climate was also highlighted.

According to him, the “global climate order” has already become multipolar and multi-stakeholder in ways that should give us more resilient confidence in our future”. Europeans have “set the pace on rulemaking and model-setting for how a post-carbon world of governance and society can function,” he notes.

Also interesting to hear that "yet though damage to the Earth atmosphere has so far been a product of industrial development in Europe and America" its the developing world that will play the largest role in determining the level of carbon emissions in coming decades, namely China and India.

Click to watch this great “State of the World” video. "The Climate Order" topic starts at the end, with 40'05" playtime.

* Ian Arthur Bremmer (born November 12, 1969) is an American political scientist and author with a focus on global political risk.


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