In June 2021, Geneva Macro Labs together with its partner organisations
convened a high-level conference on “AI and the future
of work” to discuss opportunities and challenges of artificial
intelligence for the Future of Work.
The half-day event allowed for a lively exchange between practitioners,
policy makers, business leaders, trade union representatives
and activists on the way forward with AI to help build the
future we want. This Solutions Paper is a summary of the discussions
that took place and presents the key solutions identified
by our participants.
The following Solutions Paper documents the discussions during
our conference and the details behind each of these solutions.
Setting the stage for nature-based solutions, this Solutions Paper presents the different issues and solutions that had been discussed during an event organised by the Geneva Macro Labs in September 2022. It provides an overview of various governance mechanisms to protect ecosystems, describing their mechanisms, effectiveness, and shortfalls in protecting the underlying natural asset, whether an individual (keystone) species or an entire ecosystem. It also discusses the potential of current governance mechanisms to support economic livelihoods for populations living with or in close vicinity to the ecosystem in question.