24 Sep 2014, CDKN
It is time to devote more effort and space to understand the underlying drivers and mechanisms which put a system and society at greater risk. This shift from ‘What is at risk’ to ‘Why is it at risk’ would help create a systematic and coherent approach to the framing as well as management of disasters in the country...
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Source of data: OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database
Data version: v11.08 *: Including tsunami
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