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Here Are the Names and Faces of WEF’s Young Global Leaders in Italy

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There are at least 6 World Economic Forum (“WEF”) Young Global Leaders embedded in institutions, charities, and companies in Italy. Here is a list of their names and the institutions or companies that employ them.

Not all members and alumni are listed on the Young Global Leaders Community website.  The website states they have more than 1,400 members and alumni worldwide however, currently, only 1,211 are listed. 


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As extracted from the website, below are the names and faces of the Young Global Leaders members and alumni in Italy.  Institutions and companies where these Young Global Leaders are employed are shown below their images. Additionally, we have listed links to all their WEF profiles for those who wish to read them and noted a few details for two of the Young Global Leaders as indicated.

  1. Erica Alessandri WEF profile HERE, more detail below.
  2. Francesca ColomboWEF profile HERE.
  3. Cristina Pozzi WEF profile HERE.
  4. Paolo Ribotta WEF profile HERE.
  5. Alexander Stubb WEF profile HERE, more detail below.
  6. Beatrice Trussardi WEF profile HERE.

Erica Alessandri and ESG Policies

Erica Alessandri, “class of 2021,” is the daughter of WEF member Nerio Alessandri who founded Technogym, a world leader company in fitness, sport and rehabilitation equipment and digital technologies and official Supplier to 7 Olympic Games.  As a director of her father’s company Erica has been “active in the design and implementation of ESG policies and other initiatives around sustainability.”

On Day 4 of the Davos Agenda 2022 was a session ‘ESG Metrics for a Sustainable Future’: “We are transitioning to a new type of capitalism, melding the creation of prosperity, serving society and caring for the planet. How are early movers using the International Business Council and World Economic Forum Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics to achieve a sustainable future?”

ESG – Environment, Social, Governance – is a term that was coined at a 2004 initiative by the UN Secretary General and UN Global Compact in collaboration with the Swiss government entitled ‘Who Cares Wins’. An ensuing report of the same name written by Ivo Knoepfel was published in December 2004.  Which in turn was followed by a conference in Zurich in 2005 to review progress made in implementing the recommendations of Who Cares Wins.

A Who Cares Wins, 2004 – 2008 Issue Brief published after 2008 by the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) states that grant funding had been received from Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway.

Knoepfel has led or contributed to a range of collaborative initiatives aimed at strengthening the financial sector’s commitment to sustainability. Notably, he was responsible for coordinating the financial sector’s contribution to the UN Global Compact, and in that role coined the term ESG investing. Climate change is an important focus area of his work, his biography states.  As Climate Change Advisor of the Swiss Re Group in 1995 he held what was probably the first position in the financial sector dedicated to the issue.

Knoepfel’s report was the result of a joint initiative of the following companies: ABN Amro; Aviva; AXA Group; Banco do Brasil; Bank Sarasin; BNP Paribas; Calvert Group; CNP Assurances; Credit Suisse Group; Deutsche Bank; Goldman Sachs; Henderson Global Investors; HSBC; IFC; Innovest; ISIS Asset Management; KLP Insurance; Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance; Morgan Stanley; RCM (a member of Allianz Dresdner Asset Management); UBS; Westpac; and, World Bank Group.

Who Cares Wins and a second report, ‘Freshfield Report’, formed the backbone for the launch of the Principles for Responsible Investment (“PRI”) at the New York Stock Exchange in 2006 and the launch of the Sustainable Stock Exchange Initiative (SSEI) the following year. “Today, the UN-backed PRI is a thriving global initiative with over 1,600 members representing over $70 trillion assets under management,” a 2018 Forbes article noted.

The landing page for PRI’s website currently displays the nauseating banner “PRI Digital Forum: Investor Action for Social Transformation.”

Alexander Stubb and Finland

Stubb is noted as being Director of the School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute, Italy.  However, his entire WEF profile is worth noting so we have copied it below:

PhD in International Politics, London School of Economics. Formerly:

  • 2004-08, Member of the European Parliament;
  • 2008-11, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland;
  • 2008-14, Minister of Foreign Affairs; 2014-15, Prime Minister of Finland;
  • 2015-16, Minister of Finance;
  • Adviser to the President of the European Commission;
  • Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Bruges;
  • Counsellor and Researcher, Permanent Representation of Finland to the European Union;
  • Researcher, Academy of Finland and Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

Since March 2011, Member of the Finnish Parliament.

Since June 2011, Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade of Finland.

Since August 2017, Vice-President of the European Investment Bank.

Has participated in several EU intergovernmental conferences as Member of the Finnish government’s delegation.

Has published 11 books and numerous academic articles on the European Union; regular columnist for several papers.

Background reading on WEF’s Young Global Leaders:

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Vittorio Miri
Vittorio Miri
6 months ago

Great!, please if you can, pubblish also who are the politicians and who else are it’s part of it or folllowers and where they work, or if they are part of clubs or associations or freemasons that could be in cahoots with the WEF and CFR etc. for example  the current Minister of Health mr Roberto Speranza is a member of the Fabien society, etc. We need to know because also here in italy we are struggling for our freedoms and future. greatfully for what you are doing, thank you Vittorio Miri

raj patel
raj patel
Reply to  Vittorio Miri
6 months ago

Yes, I also agree this is very good journalism. We need a per country list of these people so we know who to follow and debate an alternative outlook. They need to know that 100s of millions of people do not want what they are trying to enforce on us.

jar
jar
Reply to  raj patel
6 months ago

I’m beginning to think “raj” is a puppet account, but: what good will it do to know any of this? Do you think they’re unaware of the people that are against them? If so, why do you think you’ve all been banned from everywhere that anyone will read what you write? Who did that? Are you planning to “debate” them into submission? Or are you just looking to get people to “debate” endlessly in the backwaters of the internet with other people who already agree with you?

Last edited 6 months ago by jar
grundel
grundel
Reply to  Rhoda Wilson
6 months ago

Yawn. The usual cop out. icke is currently pushing yet another pointless “freedom” rally — what exactly are they “campaigning” for? They won’t mention immigrants because that’s “not nice”. There are no mandates and anyone from anywhere is free to enter the uk and stay (just like the southern border of america). The point of it all is to turn britain (and america) into another slave nation (like china). I’m not asking what you will do — I’m well aware that you’ll do nothing — just like icke. Your goal is to make money from it all — just like icke. I’m waiting for the “rally” that is marching on parliament to pull it down, that is marching to the immigrants to throw them out, that is marching to the billionaires to string them up. Do you think endless discussions on blogs are actually going to do something? Do you think “identifying” the “people responsible” will change anything? Do you think listing the “side effects” and the endlessly varying ingredients of the “vaccines” will stop the jabbing? If so, give a list of all your successes, or a list of all those that have been punished, or are even in line to be punished. You’re way is doing NOTHING (except making you money). Even worse, anyone that MAY do something, comes here, reads your blog, and then decides to “wait and see” — because you made them think something was going to change. Should I now “buy you a coffee”?

grundel
grundel
Reply to  Rhoda Wilson
6 months ago

Well “rhoda”, as you don’t seem to want to reply, how about you explain why this site and at least one of the others you run (offg) are riddled with gov surveillance code? Almost none of your users will even realise that they are being tracked by the gov, and you fail to provide any warning at all. Why is that? Paid opposition? Running a honeypot?

grundel
grundel
Reply to  Rhoda Wilson
6 months ago

> Can you point me to your comment I haven’t replied to?

The one you voted down (except you didn’t, right?)

> I don’t run any sites

Well, there’s someone doing a very good impression of you over at “offg”, right down to the ignoring of everything people say and replying with some dismissive BS.

> instead of throwing unfounded accusations about

They’re not unfounded. You appear to be both here and at offg. Both here and offg are run by the same people (you can see that if you inspect the code). You are certainly being paid to write here. Both here and offg are running at least 4 separate links to the uk/usa PRISM network (via google, bootstrap, and others), all of which are proven to be used by the uk/usa gov to trace people (that’s the whole point of PRISM). Anyone who posts here (or even just opens a page) will have that post and their IP address sent to google servers, where it is a simple matter to link it to the actual person who posted. Look: the captcha code will send the poster’s IP address to the captcha server together with the time of the post (whether you fill in a captcha or not), then the google trawler bot will later suck up the entire page and match the post times to the times stored on the captcha server to identify the actual text of the post, then the IP address will be matched to the actual poster in any of numerous ways (most likely the IP address that they use to access any of the controlled servers, such as the well known email servers, amazon sites, google search, cnn, the bbc, microsoft update servers, and so on). All of this is well known and documented, and 1000s of people have been identified and arrested using these fully automated methods. All sites that contain “seditious” content are most certainly monitored 24/7. Given the content of the site, and the events of the last 2 years, you would be completely irresponsible to run such a site and not know all of this. What will happen to the people who post here if at some point, perhaps years from now, the gov decides to round up everyone who said anything they don’t like? This data is stored forever. Either remove all the PRISM code (none of it is necessary to run a site), or add a huge red warning sign at the top of every page and next to the “post comment” button. Google provide all this code “free” because they’re paid by the NSA/GCHQ to enable all of this. The PRISM network is the number one tool that is used to identify people who want to stay anonymous on the internet. It’s the poster child of your surveillance society, and you can bet that not a single poster on here or offg has ever heard of it.

Last edited 6 months ago by grundel
F Google
F Google
Reply to  Rhoda Wilson
6 months ago

offg is here: off-guardian.org

I had a quick look and there is someone using the exact same name as you there, so it’s not surprising the mistake was made.

I would point out that if Rhoda Wilson is your real name, and you use social media to conduct research, presumably using the same name there, then you’re exposing yourself to the NSA in a major way. Everything Grundel has written is perfectly true, and many many people have thought themselves of no interest to and untouchable by TPTB, only to find themselves burning on the pyre. The donators to the truckers for one. Julian Assange for another. Why that man ever set foot in the UK is beyond me.

F Google
F Google
Reply to  grundel
6 months ago

Amazon are another major provider of so called free code, and at the other end, banks and so called social media are a major way to match IPs to names and addresses. There was a leak a couple of years back that showed that scumbook get $75m a year to do it, with twatter not far behind. The public are clueless as always, and the people who throw up these sites are sucked in by promises of being able to view where their visitors come from in pretty graphs, and tables with lots of nice figures, most completely inadvertently selling out their users. Whatever the person running the site can see, the NSA can see, and then some.

nada
nada
Reply to  Vittorio Miri
6 months ago

What, exactly, are going to do with all this information? Are you just looking for something to post on your blog?

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