- Published: Tue, Jan 11, 2022 10:23
Climate risks dominate global concerns as the world enters the third year of the pandemic. According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2022, the top long-term risks are related to climate, while the top short-term global concerns include social divisions, livelihood crises and deteriorating mental health. It is included. Moreover, most experts believe the global economic recovery over the next three years will be volatile and uneven.
Now in its 17th edition, the annual Global Risk Report encourages leaders to think outside the quarterly reporting cycle, manage risk and create policies that will shape the challenges of the years to come. Explores her four areas of emerging risk. Space competition; chaotic climate change; and transitional pressures require global coordination to be successfully managed.
The report concludes with a look back at the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing new insights into country-level resilience. This chapter also draws on the World Economic Forum’s community of risk professionals, the Chief Risk Officer Community and the Global Future Council on Frontier Risk, to provide practical advice for implementing organizational resilience.
The Global Risks Report 2022 was produced with the valuable support of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Advisory Committee. Also strategic partners Marsh McLennan, SK Group, Zurich Insurance Group, and academics at Oxford His Martin School (University of Oxford), National University of Singapore, Wharton Center for Risk Management and Decision-Making Process, on an ongoing basis with his advisors. We also benefit from cooperation. (University of Pennsylvania).
Read the report at www.weforum.org/reports/global-risks-report-2022
Key charts from the Global Risks Report 2022
Top short-term global risks
Top medium-term global risks
Top long-term global risks
Top 10 global risks by severity