Environment Disaster Linkages
Rajib Shaw, Tran Phong, Phong Tran
Emerald Group Publishing, 2012 - Nature - 354 pages
This is the first book to focus on explicit linkages between the changing environment and disasters and suggests proactive approaches towards disaster management. A ready-reference for field practitioners it covers areas such as elements of environmental entry, impacts of environment and disaster, strategies, planning and the way forward.
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