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🌍 Top Five Global Risks 💭

🌏 Top Five Global Risks ⛈

🌪 World Economic Forum 2020 🌍

1. Property, Infrastructure and Loss of Human Life (Human Capital)
2. Mitigation & Adaptation Failure
3. Major Biodiversity Loss and Ecosystem Collapse
4. Natural Disasters
5. Human-made Environmental Damage Disasters & Crime
(List is presented In Terms of Likelihood and Severity of Impact)


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