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It called for the implementation of the localization of the goals of the global report, business today is facing unprecedented, more upgrades and complexity of risks and opportunities. Each of the economies of the various trades and industries are facing new challenges, but also responding to the rapidly changing operating environment.
Meanwhile, human activities have a negative impact on the global environment, climate change, deforestation, biodiversity loss, ocean acidification, soil degradation and environmental pollution and other consequences. The world entered a period of resource pressures. By 2050, meet consumer demand will require three Earth resources. Basic elements of human life-water, food and energy are under great pressure.
Report, population growth, resource scarcity or global trends such as health threats rapidly leads to new markets. For example, by 2030, global demand for water will exceed the current capacity of 40%, when the global water market is expected to grow to $ 1 trillion. Size market carries new risks and opportunities, the evolution speed is also faster and faster. An unprecedented consumer and investor news sources, and expect businesses to assume responsibility to the Earth’s resources and population pressure. People–especially the forward-looking leading business leaders and investors gradually realized that companies focus on their own short-term profit is not enough, because external factors such as natural disasters, social unrest or economic disparities against long-term prosperity.
1xbet financial network report also forecast that world population 2030 will exceed 8 billion, most of the growth will come from lower-income economies. Western economies are facing an ageing population and shrinking workforce issues, while developing economies will usher in the youth population.