Edited By: Mark Pelling
250 pages, Figs, tabs, map
Identifies links between global scale processes and local experiences of disaster, whilst underlining the difficulty of attributing blame for individual disasters to specific global pressures. Argues that action to reduce disaster needs to be coordinated at the local, national and global scales and that there is a need for greater integration across the physical and social sciences. In this context, the human rights agenda is seen as a way of moving disaster reduction efforts forward.
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