Societal

1
Backlash against globalization
Resistance to further increased cross-border mobility of labour, goods and capital.
2
Food shortage crises
Inadequate or unreliable access to appropriate quantities and quality of food and nutrition
( Lab grown Meat ) ( Epigenetics )
3
Ineffective illicit drug policies
Continued support for policies that do not abate illegal drug use but do embolden criminal organizations, stigmatize drug users and exhaust public resources.
4
Mismanagement of population ageing
Failure to address both the rising costs and social challenges associated with population ageing.
5
Rising rates of chronic disease
Increasing burden of illness and long-term costs of treatment threaten recent societal gains in life expectancy and quality.
( Mental Health)
6
Rising religious fanaticism
Uncompromising sectarian views that polarize societies and exacerbate regional tensions.
7
Unmanaged migration
Mass migration driven by resource scarcity, environmental degradation and lack of opportunity, security or social stability.
8
Unsustainable population growth
Unsustainably low or high population growth rates and sizes, creating intense and rising pressure on resources, public institutions and social stability.
9
Vulnerability to pandemics
Inadequate disease surveillance systems, failed international coordination and the lack of vaccine production capacity.
10
Water supply crises
Decline in the quality and quantity of fresh water combine with increased competition among resource-