Blog 11 July, 2022 Back
Why are natural disasters getting more severe but becoming less deadly
Why are natural disasters getting more severe and causing greater destruction but becoming less deadly.
According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the number of disasters over the last 50 years has increased fivefold, but the number of deaths has fallen by two-thirds.
Early warnings and swift action saves lives.
Improved disaster prediction, robust forecasting and alert programmes have all played a part in reducing fatalities.
But disaster warnings don’t eliminate the events themselves, and preparation and planning is critical to minimise disruption and save lives.
Saving more lives thus demands a more comprehensive assessment of the threats that lie ahead and of tactics to deal with them.
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