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  1. Making e-mobility sustainable

    Making e-mobility sustainable

    With climate change undeniable and new CO2 emissions restrictions, lower carbon transportation is necessary.

  2. Impact investing and the next generation

    Impact investing and the next generation

    Podcast: The next generation of powerful investors speaks about how they activate change by moving away from a material world into one of sustainable and profitable growth.

  3. Water scarcity. The key challenges in meeting the demand. 

    There's plenty of water on Earth. Indeed, it covers 70% of the surface. The problem is, not much of it is useable. Freshwater – safe for us – accounts for as little as 3% of the entire world's water. With demand still growing, governments and the private sector need to act.

  4. Stronger together. What we can learn from successful families.

    Families are the smallest entity in society. Within this social microcosm, the basics of communication and issue resolution are both taught and learnt. Generations not only confront each other but also progress together toward common family goals, providing a global blueprint to long-term success.

  5. Credit Suisse Progress Barometer: The pressure for progress on sustainability and equality transcends nations

    The second Progress Barometer measures the desire for progress in 16 countries.

  6. Switzerland's doing fine

    Switzerland's doing fine

    The Swiss rate their national and personal economic situation positively.

  7. "Don't delegate your own responsibilities."

    "Don't delegate your own responsibilities."

    Entrepreneur and philanthropist Jobst Wagner worries about the Swiss economy and civil society. That's why he's rewarding smart ideas for Switzerland's future.

  8. The collapse of confidence

    The collapse of confidence

    Confidence in Switzerland's institutions is dropping rapidly. In one notable exception, the police have captured the top spot.

  9. "I sometimes miss the willingness to pull together."

    "I sometimes miss the willingness to pull together."

    Federal Councilor Karin Keller-Sutter on the concerns of Swiss voters, the outlook for bilateral treaties and the political benefits of a slower pace.

  10. The reform backlog

    The reform backlog

    Voter priorities are clear and their impatience is mounting: They want answers and results.