The dialogues in January, a joint initiative of WEF and Prince Charles, will feature "various key stakeholders" discussing the "core dimensions" of the "Great Reset."
In June, Klaus Schwab, WEF's founder and executive chairman, presented the "Great Reset" plan. He wrote that the COVID-19 lockdowns "may be gradually easing, but anxiety about the world’s social and economic prospects is only intensifying," warning a "sharp economic downturn has already begun, and we could be facing the worst depression since the 1930s.""To achieve a better outcome, the world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions," Klaus said at the time.
On its "Great Reset" webpage, WEF states that as the world enters a "unique window of opportunity to shape the recovery, this initiative will offer insights to help inform all those determining the future state of global relations, the direction of national economies, the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of a global commons."
"The notion of a reset is more important than ever before," Kerry said in a World Economic Forum panel. "I personally believe ... we're at the dawn of an extremely exciting time."
Kerry said Biden is ready to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord, which would help drive the "Great Reset." But rejoining Paris is "not enough," Kerry said.
"The Biden administration will focus on every sector of the American economy," he said. "There will be a 2035 goal to achieve net neutrality with respect to power and production.
Kerry said the U.S. is "ready to come back in and help to lead and raise the ambition in Glasgow to accelerate this incredible capacity for a transformation in the private sector."