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1PointFive and Boston Consulting Group Announce Strategic Agreement for Direct Air Capture Carbon Removal Credits

HOUSTON—1PointFive, a carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration (CCUS) company, and Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, today announced that BCG agreed to purchase 21,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) credits from 1PointFive over three years. BCG is collaborating with 1PointFive through consulting services, including to develop business processes that support Direct Air Capture (DAC) CDR credits.

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New Global Initiative to Advance Digital and AI-Driven Transformation of Healthcare Systems

Digital transformation and new tech tools can provide scalable solutions to systemic challenges straining global healthcare system, new research findsNew World Economic Forum Digital Healthcare Transformation Initiative, launched in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group will accelerate public-private collaboration on digital health, data, and artificial intelligenceNew report by the World Economic Forum and BCG highlights how five critical enablers could revolutionize healthcare and counter the interconnected challenges it is facing globallyDavos-Klosters, Switzerland—A new World Economic Forum initiative, unveiled today, will unlock the transformative potential of digital tools and new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare, and the critical importance of concerted public-private collaboration in driving their global adoption.

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World Trade Map Being Redrawn as Global Growth Slows and Regional Links Deepen

Over the Next 10 Years, World Trade in Goods Expected to Trail GDP Growth, Reversing a 20-Year Trend, According to a New Analysis by BCGWorld Trade Forecast to Grow at 2.8% per Year through 2032, Compared with an Estimated 3.1% Growth Rate for Global GDP in the Same PeriodFive Emerging Global Trade Dynamics Will Shape the Coming DecadeUS-China Trade Set to Drop, with 2032 Trade Value Forecast to Fall by $197 Billion from Its 2022 Level, While Growth in EU-China Trade Will SlowBOSTON—As the global economy adjusts to persistent economic and geopolitical pressures and disruptions, the familiar routes that defined the world trade map are being redrawn and regional trade lanes are playing a greater role in world trade.