Hosted by wellbeing leader Therme Group and its impact investment initiative Impact One, the four-day programme at Davos featured multiple high-level discussions, adopting a holistic and multi-industrial perspective to examine how scalable and integrative nature-based solutions can be applied across fields to establish new scenarios of possible futures on our planet.
The Possible Futures programme, which expanded on the partners’ extensive programming for COP27, focused on environmental rights, collective responsibility, nature-integrated infrastructures, and explored ways to redesign the anthropogenic impact on ecosystems through existing evidence-based and scalable solutions.
Key events included Possible Energy—Possible Cities, a panel on nuclear energy's role in combating climate change; an event celebrating Oliver Stone's Nuclear Now! documentary, in conversation with the director and producers; and Culture at the Core, a session on the cultural paradigm shift needed for a new era of production guided by natural intelligence. The program concluded with a YPO interview series, reinforcing the focus on cooperation in a fragmented world.