In its 11th edition, The Global Risks Report 2016 by the World Economic Forum draws attention to ways that global risks could evolve and interact in the next decade.
The report features perspectives on the perceived impact and likelihood of 29 prevalent global risks, divided into five categories: economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal and technological.
The report also examines the interconnections among the risks, and through that analysis explores three areas where global risks have the greatest potential to impact society. It also takes an in-depth look at the how the global security landscape could evolve in the future.
You can find the online access to “Global Risks Report 2016” here.