News Excerpt
The report illustrates the challenge face by global citizenry from fires to food shortages that are the result of climate change. Report also inspire to bring transformable change. It also provides insight to move in a sustainable direction.

Key Highlights
•    Relationship between Climate Change and Dormant political will: This report has cited that many countries have not yet risen to the pledge in order to control climate change. Our response is not sufficient to halt climate change.
o    Political scenarios like Right-wing populism is on the rise around the world: a breed of politics that exploits people’s fears during times of economic decline and growing inequality, and that focuses on nationalist tendencies to clamp down on borders and reject immigrants.
o    Climate change denialism is a thread that runs through many of the new right-wing nationalist and populist forces. The leaders of these right- wing populist forces are trying to dismantle or weaken multilateral organizations. For instance- the declining of United Nations or the European Union. These political groups threaten to derail progress on the global response to climate change.
•    Interconnected web of Risks: This report has highlighted the global risks which can create a cascade effect to shape a global systemic crisis. Five global risks that have the potential to impact and amplify one another like-failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation; extreme weather events; major biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse; food crises; and water crises.
•    Marine Resource: In future to avoid ‘fish war’, and ensure sustainable supply of food. Ocean should be remediated. Ocean plastic pollution has risen and mining of the sea level is about to become a reality. For these purposes the new United Nations treaty is under consideration.
•    The report also highlighted-
o    The role of false news, social media and its impact on society.
o    Migration due to the political instability and climate change which trig demography led long-term challenges.
o    The aim of reducing carbon footprint and halting global warming below 2 degree Celsius by 2050.
o    Extreme heat waves can accelerate global warming by releasing large amounts of stored carbon from affected ecosystems, and at the same time intensify water crises and/ or food scarcity.  
o    The loss of biodiversity also weakens the capacity of natural and agricultural systems to cope with climate extremes, increasing our vulnerability to food crises.

Analytica
    Most of the primary problems are the product of climate change which causes catastrophic damage to all ecosystems. For instance-Incidents of heat-waves cause food crisis and it gets worse in case of political instability.
    Secondary problems like political trends, lack of economic cooperation are co-inductive with primary problems to some extent. Adverse impact leads to economic losses.

Role of SDGs to endure Humanity
A Web of SDGs: SDGs are an interconnected web of sustainability that guide development balance in social, economic and environmental domain. The action in one area will affect outcomes in others Further SDGs are only the ‘interconnected solution’ through ‘integrated mechanism’ to avoid the risks analyzed in the report.
SDGs are designed to bring the world to several life-changing ‘zeros’, including zero poverty, hunger and minimal impact of climate change.

Conclusion
    The world is facing existential threats that demand steady action &vary from the climate crisis to the risk of nuclear war. There is a dire need to make a holistic and positive choice in order to secure our common future, and not retreat to dogma, failed policies, or defeatism.
    We should find sustainable development paths which ought to provide the impetus for a renewed search for multilateral solutions and a restructured international economic system of co-operation to make our planet habitat favourable for-ever.
    In order to avoid these threats and mobilize collective action, it will be imperative to engage different communities in dialogues on global risks and create a shared sense of risk.