Nature’s Next Move?

For the past century, the average number of natural disasters around the world has steadily increased.

As populations grow and migrate toward coastal cities, the risk of exposure to weather-related events increases. Additionally, because technology is connecting populations to each other and to worldwide media, the occurrences of events* are more widely reported.

Regardless of the reasons, the trend is pointing toward a future with more natural disasters.


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