With more than 2 million lives lost at the time of writing, the spread of COVID-19 and its economic fallout are an urgent call for the global community to better prepare for and reduce the risk of catastrophic events. COVID-19 is the latest example of the dramatic financial and sustainable development impacts of risks that materialize in an increasingly complex and interrelated risk landscape. It has shown how the effects of shocks in one area can be transmitted throughout value chains, across geographies and communities, and throughout the wider macroeconomy.

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