Man-Made and Naturally-Occurring Disasters
This paper looks at man-made and naturally-occurring disasters and discusses how much man should be blamed for cyclones, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions and droughts.
# 136408 | 2,000 words | 9 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Environmental Studies (Management) , Geology and Geophysics (Environmental Science) , Environmental Studies (Environmental Problems) , Sociology (General)
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In this article, the writer defines man-made and natural disasters and then shifts to an exploration of some of the more terrifying instances of these events at work. In so doing, what should become clear is that, while humans can be blamed for many things, some of the things that happen to us are things over which no government and no organization can ever have full control.
From the Paper:"We live in a dangerous world; at any moment, it seems, something can rise up to place each and every one of us in grave peril. One of the more frightening things all of us must confront is the "natural" disaster; not far behind it, possibly even alongside it, is the man-made disaster that comes about through the unpredictable stupidity or malice of human beings. The following paper will provide a broad definition of ..."
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