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Editor's note: surveys, risks and rising global temperatures

Hurricane Idalia, Florida. Respondents to a WEF survey listed extreme weather as the top risk most likely to present a material crisis on a global scale in 2024. (Photo: MIGUEL J. RODRIGUEZ CARRILLO/AFP via Getty Images)

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As I consider whether I can get away with hand luggage only for my week in Davos – where temperatures are set to keep in the negative – I’ve also been reading the main conclusions of the World Economic Forum’s 2024 risk ...

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