Global changes having 'profound impact' on mental health

World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2019

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 ‘For many people, this is an increasingly anxious, unhappy and lonely world,’ Global Risks Report 2019
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‘For many people, this is an increasingly anxious, unhappy and lonely world,’ Global Risks Report 2019

'Lack of control in face of uncertainty' around climate change, economy and political fear

Rising geopolitical and geo-economic tensions are the most urgent risk in 2019, it was announced by the World Economic Forum today. Its Global Risks Report 2019, which surveys 1,000 experts and decision-makers, found that 90% expect further economic confrontation between major powers this year. We live in an age defined by environmental degradation - four of the top five most impactful global risks in 2019 are related to climate - and rapidly evolving cyber and technological threats exist as...

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