This sparks an interesting consideration of the relative importance of human and physical contributions to flooding impacts...is it the hazard, the vulnerability or the capacity to respond which is most to blame for the UK floods becoming a national 'disaster'? Bear in mind that this particular article is heavily weighted to consideration of the political landscape and political ramifications of the flooding but there is a lot of other evidence around to add to the debate.
This is what I would like you to do over the holidays. Gather evidence for all of the elements of the disaster risk equation and build an argument for which you think is most to blame.
And yes, it should be an essay. At least 2 sides typed. Clearly structured to show your argument. You may devise your own title but make sure it asks a question which meets the parameters of the task.
Climate Change Hurts Deserts, Too OZY Far from barren, deserts and drylands sustain a surprising variety of animal species, as well as human life — but not for long, if global temperatures continue to rise.
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