Are Canadians adequately preparing for tomorrow’s risks today?
For Canada, the key takeaway is that better preparedness today for tomorrow’s risks creates better resilience, which leads to better outcomes.
Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum’s 2022 report, in identifying the top five categories of global risks, clearly highlights that we live in risky times. But it is also interesting to note several risks that were not included among the report’s top five, and wonder why: inflation; Russian adventurism in Eastern Europe and the Ukraine; China’s aggressive foreign policies; and supply chain disruptions, write Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan. Photograph courtesy of Flickr