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World Economic Forum - Global Risks Report - 2015

This 10th edition of the Global Risks report is published at a time of profound transformations to our global context. Ongoing political, economic, social, environmental and technological developments are challenging many of our underlying assumptions. Across every sector of society, decision-makers are struggling to cope with heightened complexity and uncertainty resulting from the world's highly interconnected nature and the increasing speed of change.

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Global Agenda Council on Water Security 2012-2014

According to the World Economic Fourm's Global Risks 2013 report, the water supply crisis is ranked as a top-five risk, in terms of both its likelihood to happen and its impact. With global freshwater demand projected to exceed current supply by over 40% by 2030...

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World Economic Forum - Global Risks Report - 2014

Our lives are changing at an unprecedented pace. Transformational shifts in our economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal and technological systems offer unparralleled opportunities, but the interconnections among them also imply enhanced systemic risks...

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Managing the Water-Food-Energy Nexus

With continuing population growth, rising energy demand and the growing impact of climate change, the water-food-energy nexus is rapidly becoming a central concern for the world, and first and foremost for Africa....

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Report - The Water-Energy Nexus

Although the earth has 35 million cubic kilometers of freshwater, it is unevenly distributed across the planet or is located in areas that are expensive to tap or access: 70% is trapped in the form of ice or snow, or deep underground....

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