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An idealistic scenario from 2050, looking back to the origin and evolution of the coronavirus over the last three decades, where there is widening human awareness of how the planet...

An annual survey of global climate indicators (temperature, greenhouse gases, and ozone, oceans, cryosphere, high-impact events) and climate-related risks to human health, food security, population displacement, marine life, and biodiversity)....

Key messages on protecting sexual and reproductive health and rights, and promoting gender equality, e.g. pandemics worsen existing inequalities for women and girls. Other key messages: in times of crisis,...

The 12 experts consider climate-related risks in seven world regions and a security risk perception survey of 56 other experts worldwide, 1 year, 10 years, and 20 years from 2020....

Seeks “to help business and policy leaders to understand the forces transforming the global economy, based on studies of 22 OECD countries. Work opportunities have increased everywhere, but work security...

The National Security, Military, and Intelligence Panel (NSMIP) analyzed the security implications of two warming scenarios: Near Term (1-2oC by mid-century), and Medium-Long Term (2-4oC). The former would pose High...

A non-technical overview of our interconnected global risks, climate, politics, oceans, forced migration, biodiversity, finance, food security, digital innovation for good, and transformation.  Discussion of  “How to Spur Radical Change”...

Argues for placing children 0-18 years old, at the center of the Sustainable Development Goals and the heart of the concept of sustainability. The health and future of every child...

This annual report examines "the key trends and metrics about corporate sustainability: how, and how well, companies are making progress in assessing and minimizing their impacts and embracing a range...

A report based on the WEF Global Risks Perceptions Survey of “nearly 1,000 decision-makers from the public sector, academia, and civil society.” Scientists are not mentioned, although some respondents, most...