Governments are failing to understand global catastrophic risks and need to take urgent action, says new report

Flood       Credit:  skeeze (Pixabay)

Flood Credit: skeeze (Pixabay)

Without action, these catastrophic risks will only grow over time, whether it be on climate change, ecothreats, synthetic biology or cyber

Martin Rees

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