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Man-Made Cities and Natural Disasters

Man-Made Cities and Natural Disasters | Geography Education |
Patrick assesses the future of world order, state sovereignty, and multilateral cooperation.


The 21st century is the dawn of a new era in human history: more people on Earth live in cities than in the countryside.  The impacts of this new basic fact are far-reaching.  One of those is that cities that are in particular environments are more prone to certain natural disasters and will be increasingly vulnerable as their populations increase (especially megacities in the developing world).

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