IDRC Davos 2012 Risk Survey Evaluation

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GRF Davos conducted a survey on the most threatening global risks and important cross-cutting themes in disaster and risk management. …

GRF Davos conducted a survey on the most threatening global risks and important cross-cutting themes in disaster and risk management.
The survey is based on responses from our network community, capturing the perspectives of some of the world's leading risk professionals from organisations around the world.

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  • 1. IDRC DAVOS 2012 RISK SURVEY EVALUATION www.grforum.org CONTACT INFORMATION Global Risk Forum GRF Davos Promenade 35 CH-7270 Davos Phone: +41 (0) 81 414 1600 Fax: +41 (0) 81 414 1610 [email_address] www.grforum.org
  • 2. GRF RISK SURVEY
    • Objectives:
    • Get an overview about the demands of the International Risk Community
    • Provide input for the IDRC Davos 2012
    • Questions:
    • Q1: Which risk do you perceive to be the most threatening for humanity?
    • Q2: Please mark the top five risks, that you estimate will be of high significance in this decade.
    • Q3: From the list of cross-cutting themes below, please select TWO that in your opinion have to be covered at IDRC Davos 2012
    • Q4: Please mark topics you would like to see discussed at IDRC Davos 2012
    • Q5: Which of the following tools, methodologies and frameworks would you find most valuable to be discussed at IDRC Davos 2012?
  • 3. OPEN QUESTION – THE MOST THREATENING RISKS FOR HUMANITY?
    • Umpteen responses:
        • Earthquakes
        • Poverty
        • Water stress
        • Vulnerability to Natural Disasters
        • Climate Change / Global warming
    • Several responses:
        • Civil war
        • Technical Risks
        • Greed
        • Near earth Objects
        • Ocean acidification
        • Population growth
  • 4. TOP FIVE RISKS
    • Climate Change
    • Floods/Hurricanes Cyclones
    • Water Scarcity
    • Earthquakes / Volcanoes
    • Desertification, Land degradation, Drought
  • 5. TOP TWO CROSS CUTTING THEMES
    • Climate Change
    • Vulnerability
  • 6. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AT IDRC Others: SME Business integration / Gender issues in DRR
  • 7. TOOLS, METHODOLOGIES AND FRAMEWORKS Others: Compliance with standards Risk Prevention in Spatial Planning Models and Instruments urban design planning tools for risk reduction
  • 8. “ FROM THOUGHTS TO ACTION” GRF DAVOS THANKS BELONGS TO ALL THE SURVEY CONTRIBUTORS FOR THEIR VALUABLE INPUT.