Natural disasters, major adverse events resulting from natural processes of the likes of floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis and other geologic processes, are usually not preventable and can cause loss of lives or property damage and typically leave some economic cost in their wake.
Good corporate governance is defined as the structures and processes by which companies are directed and controlled. It helps companies improve on performance by operating more efficiently to remain sustainable.
Mental illness is by far the biggest health challenge that confronts economies of the world. The World Health Organisation, in 2010, said the illness cost the world $2.5 trillion that year, while it is projected to cost about $6 trillion by 2030.
The issue of plastic waste has assumed a worldwide dimension, with dire consequences for the environment and causing climate change that appears not to go away, in spite of efforts by nations and environmental experts to deal with the problems.