Water Supply Crises Listed High on the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks 2013 Report

January 12, 2013 at 5:02 pm 1 comment

The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks 2013 report is developed from an annual survey of over 1,000 experts from industry, government, academia and civil society who were asked to review a landscape of 50 global risks.

The global risk that respondents rated most likely to manifest over the next 10 years is severe income disparity, while the risk rated as having the highest impact if it were to manifest is major systemic financial failure. There are also two risks appearing in the top five of both impact and likelihood – chronic fiscal imbalances and water supply crisis. Here is the report’s figure 4 ranking risks by likelihood and impact.

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