Latest Social vulnerability Stories
The catastrophic consequences of natural and human disasters have been demonstrated repeatedly in recent years, most notably in the Great East Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster but also in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hurricane Katrina, and regional droughts, floods and fires.
Global wildlife is facing an unprecedented threat from natural disasters exacerbated by climate change.
Representatives of the world’s governments meeting in Durban this week have been advised by scientists that urgent action is needed to reduce the vulnerability of communities worldwide likely to be worst affected by the impacts of climate change.
Risk I/O has moved to a freemium pricing plan for their vulnerability management tool as a part of ongoing growth.
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