Economic and Human Losses Following Environmental Disaster

Jesse Anttila-Hughes:

While government responses to disasters have improved in most countries over the past few decades, and disaster warning systems mean that we’ve been steadily reducing fatalities for all but the most sudden of events, there has been very little in the way of systematic study of life after disasters are over and clean up crews long gone.

A timely summary of work he’s done over the past year or so.

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