The World Economic Forum's Global Risks 2010 report focuses attention on the legacy of the financial crisis. The basic message is that the interconnected risks might be largely the same as last year – fiscal crises and the threat of protracted unemployment, underinvestment in infrastructure – but that we are now living in a much more vulnerable environment where many countries may not have the funds left to prepare themselves for the complext risks ahead. Transnational crime and corruption, biodiversity loss and cyber-vulnerability have also become more apparent risks. In the above video Sheana Tambourgi, the head of the Forum's Global Risk Network outlines how timely the report is and how its findings will be fed into Davos