The World Economic Forum’s eleventh Global Risks Report highlights the issues that will exacerbate volatility and uncertainty over the next decade – while also presenting opportunities for governments and businesses to build resilience and deliver sustainable growth.
Global Risk Landscape
Nearly 750 risk experts from all sectors and around the world shared their thoughts on the risks that could threaten global prosperity over the next ten years. In this year’s edition, involuntary migration and failure to adapt to and mitigate climate change are two of the greatest concerns.
Colliding risks can generate spill-over effects and unwelcome surprises that travel across borders and industries with ease. In this year’s interconnections map, social instability is at the heart of this web, linking environmental, geopolitical, and economic risks.