Quickly examining all the points, we notice how the first is given by the product of several factors: namely, the issue of environmental sustainability with the care of water, oceans, forests, air pollution and global risk factors, which go to affect the planet’s biodiversity. A very important issue, which the WEF recently returned to discuss on its website with an article, in relation to the risk of spreading infectious diseases to humans .
Jumping momentarily to the third point, we note how it joins the first, however, also incorporating technology, central to the development of human life on the planet for the WEF, as already explained. Biotechnology, the Internet of Things, but also human rights and a new approach to banking and market systems are all integral to Sustainable Development. This requires building climate corporations (the second pillar of the list), of which not only banks are part, but the structuring of agile Governance and Finance 2.0, with entirely new urban systems.
The fourth point includes the renewal of the financial and political system but also focuses on identifying global risks and Social Protection, with the aim of creating a planned Insurance for our future. Investment in Climate Action also passes through the finance revolution and also points to the development of new infrastructure and the famous “circular economy” .
The sixth point passes and sees the light through the “Fourth Industrial Revolution,” with new infrastructure, batteries, technologies and automation, with the use of new energy sources such as hydrogen. Finally, the last pillar includes the points of the famous Treaty and aims to concretely engage citizen participation, with the relevant state legislative and judicial apparatuses, toward Innovation.