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The Global Risks That Have Gotten Worse Since COVID-19
Each year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) puts together its Global Risks Report, an analysis of the top risks that pose a threat to the world.
The report includes data from nearly 1,000 surveyed leaders, across various organizations and regions. In this year’s report, respondents were asked which global risks have gotten worse since the start of the pandemic.
Here’s what they said.
According to respondents, the erosion of social cohesion is the global risk that has intensified the most since the start of the global pandemic. The WEF defines this as the loss of social capital or social stability.
|Risk||Category||% of respondents|
|Social cohesion erosion||Societal||27.8%|
|Climate action failure||Environmental||25.4%|
|Mental health deterioration||(Read more...)|