Global Risk, as identified by World Economic Forum participants.

Some 700 executives and experts from the fields of business, academia, civil society, government and international organizations responded to an annual World Economic Forum survey on their concerns about the biggest risks we face, and here's what it looks like.

Pew Research content producer Jacob Poushter reports that large-scale refugee flows and lack of progress in slowing global warming are the top risks that the world faces in the coming decade. Poushter writes:

The more than 700 respondents to the survey named “large-scale involuntary migration” as the most likely global risk over the next 10 years, while pointing to “failure of climate-change mitigation and adaptation” as the risk that could have the greatest impact on the world.

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