DAVOS, Switzerland — Youth climate delegates from around the world are taking part in a "collaborative protest" against the rich and powerful by camping in subzero temperatures at the World Economic Forum.
The annual January get-together — which is often criticized for being out of touch with the real world — is set to welcome more than 3,000 participants this week, with those in attendance poised to focus on the intensifying climate crisis.
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It follows the hottest year on record for the world's oceans, the second-hottest year for global average temperatures and wildfires from the U.S. to the Amazon to Australia.
Many policymakers and business leaders are expected to travel in...