Centros y Plataformas

Los desafíos que enfrenta actualmente el mundo no tienen precedentes en términos de complejidad y escala. El progreso en nuestros problemas globales compartidos no puede tener lugar sin la movilización de la cooperación de múltiples partes interesadas. Empresas, gobiernos y sociedad civil están emprendiendo iniciativas para definir estos problemas, buscar soluciones y actuar.

El Foro Económico Mundial ofrece plataformas para integrar y agregar estos esfuerzos y ayudar a sus socios a impulsar el impacto.

Si está interesado en saber cómo su organización puede trabajar en asociación con el Foro, contáctenos.

Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chains

The Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chains is enabling more resilient, sustainable and inclusive manufacturing ecosystems and supply chains.TheCentre for Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chains examines everything from research and development to design, consumer behaviour and end-of-use cycles. We engage multiple industries as diverse as automotive, chemicals, electronics, healthcare and textiles. While manufacturing has been the foremost source of growth, jobs and innovation globally, its sectors also contribute heavily to CO2 emissions and climate change. Emerging technologies, however, are transforming manufacturing and value chains, enabling more efficient processes and creating new value for industry, society and the environment.This Centre brings together a diverse community of 200+ organizations from more than 22 industry sectors, governments, academic institutions and civil society, to accelerate inclusive technology adoption, while stimulating innovation, sustainability and employment. The community evaluates and proposes pilots, examines the latest approaches in skills development, drives improvements in partnerships and informs business model transformations and next generation industrial development strategies.Our Centre enables solutions to the greatest challenges facing multiple industries and governments, accelerating the growth of advanced manufacturing while helping stakeholders fulfil their social and environmental responsibility.

Centre for Cybersecurity

The Centre for Cybersecurity is reinforcing the importance of cybersecurity as a strategic priority and drives global public-private action to address systemic cybersecurity challenges.As technological advances and global interconnectivity accelerate exponentially in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, unprecedented systemic security risks and threats are undermining trust and growth. The World Economic Forum's Centre for Cybersecurity is an independent and impartial global platform committed to fostering international dialogues and collaboration between the global cybersecurity community both in the public and private sectors. We bridge the gap between cybersecurity experts and decision makers at the highest levels to reinforce the importance of cybersecurity as a key strategic priority. Our Community has identified the following three key priorities: Building Cyber Resilience - enhance cyber resilience by developing and scaling forward-looking solutions and promoting effective practices across digital ecosystems.Strengthening Global Cooperation - increase global cooperation between public and private stakeholders by fostering a collective response to cybercrime, and jointly addressing key security challenges.Understanding Future Networks and Technology - identify future cybersecurity challenges and opportunities related to Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies and envision solutions which help build trust.Founding PartnersAccenture, Fortinet, Palo Alto Networks, Salesforce, Saudi AramcoGovernments, International Organizations, Academia and Civil SocietyCarnegie Endowment for International Peace, Europol, FIDO Alliance, Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), International Telecommunications Union (ITU), INTERPOL, Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), Oman Information Technology Authority (ITA), Organization of American States (OAS), Republic of Korea National Information Resources Service (NIRS), Saudi Arabia National Cybersecurity Authority, Swiss Reporting and Analysis Centre for Information Assurance (MELANI), University of Oxford, UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

Centre for Energy and Materials

The Centre for Energy and Materials is driving initiatives and coalitions to ensure the energy transition is sustainable, secure, resilient and affordable.A transition of energy, materials, and infrastructure is needed in the next two decades to keep global temperature increases below 1.5 degrees while ensuring the energy future is affordable, secure and inclusive. New trends and technologies are changing energy production, delivery and consumption. In parallel, world demand for raw materials could double by 2060. Getting on track to net-zero emissions by 2050 will require annual investment in clean energy infrastructure to reach nearly $4 trillion by 2030.All of this will require a radical restructuring of the economy. Our Centre works with 6 main industriesEngineering and ConstructionMining and MetalsChemicals and MaterialsOil and GasElectricityAdvanced Energy Solutionsto nurture and consolidate leading industry actions, incubate industry-driven initiatives on platforms within and outside the Forum, implement industry focus of institutional activities (eg ESG), and catalyze the transformation of the energy, materials and infrastructure industries at large.To enable the transition, our Centre currently focuses on the following five key issues:Energy and Industry Transition Intelligence: Accelerate transition of national energy systems and key industrial sectors through fact-based frameworks, dialogues and tools to benchmark progress of national energy systems and industrial transformation towards net zero emissions – promoting an inclusive understanding of priorities and challenges.Initiatives:Energy Transition IndexNet-Zero Industry TrackerCountry and Regional Transition Acceleration: Mobilize efforts and investments to significantly contribute to the clean energy transition in countries and regions where the economy at large, energy demand and emissions are growing the most.Initiatives:Mobilizing Investment for Clean Energy in Emerging EconomiesInternational Energy Community: ChinaEnergy Transition Country RoundtablesNet-Zero Carbon Cities: Align and scale efforts across private and public sectors to help national and city level leaders meet their emission reduction targets by creating an efficient, electric and circular urban energy landscape.Initiatives:Net-Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated ApproachTransforming Industrial Ecosystems: Consolidate the strategies and multi-stakeholder coalitions that will deliver net-zero materials industrial ecosystems, unlock the frontier technologies and agile human capital management that will enable them, and design new approaches towards their future performance.Initiatives:Low-Carbon-Emitting TechnologiesMission Possible Partnership (including sectors such as Aluminium, Cement and Concrete, Steel)Accelerating Clean HydrogenNet-Zero Industrial ClustersClean Power and Electrification: address the roadblocks and enablers to scale clean power and electrification and mobilizing stakeholders to implement the necessary actions.Initiatives:Clean Power and Electrification

Centre for Financial and Monetary Systems

The Centre for Financial and Monetary Systems is designing and developing a financial system that effectively allocates capital and investment in support of planet, people, and communities.The centre accelerates impact on 5 interconnected themes:i) Sustainable Finance and Investmentsii) Technology and Innovationiii) Risk and Resilienceiv) Leadership and Governancev) China’s Financial Transformation

Centre for Health and Healthcare

The Centre for Health and Healthcare identifies and scales up solutions for more resilient, efficient, and equitable healthcare systems..In the next decade, healthcare delivery systems will transform radically. Our current capital intensive, hospital-centric model is unsustainable and ineffective. The Centre for Health and Healthcare leverages a data-enabled delivery system and virtual care, integrated across the continuum of care from precision prevention to personalized care delivery, with most health services offered in appropriate settings.To achieve the mission, the Centre for Health and Healthcare supports stakeholders in the global health and healthcare ecosystem prepare for the future by: 1) Encouraging new models of collaboration/partnership in addressing challenges, creating opportunities and scaling existing best-in-class initiatives in public-private coalitions, and; 2) Raising awareness, building a shared understanding and driving collective action to leverage the Fourth Industrial Revolution to transform the health and healthcare systems. 

Centre for Nature and Climate

The Centre for Nature and Climate accelerates net-zero climate action, regenerates food, water and ocean systems, and promotes circular economies.Global ecological systems are straining under the burden of nearly 8 billion people consuming within the planet’s limited boundaries. The shared resources that sustain humanity are under severe strain, with the climate, ocean and food systems facing unprecedented crises. These crises are exacerbated by a global economy that is extremely inequitable and an international governance system that is under acute stress. Amid this, the future of the international development system itself is under scrutiny, as it becomes clear that government alone cannot deliver on the global UN Sustainable Development Goals or the Paris Agreement on climate change.Our Centre enables leaders from the public and private sectors and civil society worldwide to form exceptional, cross-cutting communities of action that collaborate at speed and scale, harness the opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and trigger systems change.Partnering with over 190 of the world’s leading companies and 50 international and civil society organizations, our Centre focuses on four key initiatives: the circular economy and global value chains, climate change, environment and natural resource security, food systems and international development.

Centre for Regions, Trade and Geopolitics

The Centre for Regions, Trade and Geopolitics helps stakeholders shape progress on global and regional priorities within the most complex geopolitical and geo-economic landscape in decades.Global growth is volatile and uneven, with trade and investment patterns undergoing rapid change. We inform business and policy action towards dynamic, inclusive and sustainable trade and investment. We drive growth and development. Solutions acceleratorThe Forum's Centre for Regions, Trade and Geopolitics accelerates reform through a proven mobilization process to advance recovery, growth and sustainable development.From the G20 Ministers and CEOs in our leadership groups to the customs officials and SME managers in our working communities, we take a multi-stakeholder approach to diagnosing problems, designing solutions and measuring impact. We have many projects and regional engagement across four thematic areas including ensuring open and stable commerce; facilitating flows of goods, services and investment; supporting sustainable and equitable value chains; and growing cross-border businesses.Learn more about our projects and research below. Write to us to get engaged.

Centre for the New Economy and Society

The Centre for the New Economy and Society provides a platform for leaders to shape inclusive and equitable economies and societies that create opportunity for all.The Centre’s work seeks to identify narratives, enablers and tipping points to break vicious cycles and create virtuous ones to build productive, job-rich, skills-based, inclusive and equitable economies, by consistently monitoring the emerging landscape and engaging the most relevant stakeholders across its work.  The Centre’s six interconnected thematic areas include::Economic Growth, Revival and TransformationWork, Wages and Job CreationEducation, Skills and LearningDiversity, Equity and InclusionFairer EconomiesGlobal Risks ForesightThe Centre and its partners apply several impact methods across these areas, curating dialogues, gathering communities, creating insights and action frameworks and shaping multistakeholder initiatives, equipping decision-makers with the necessary tools, networks and inspiration to build prosperous, equitable and resilient societies.  This work now impacts the lives and livelihoods of millions of people globally, with the ambition to reach more governments, businesses and individuals with tangible opportunities.

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