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Natural disasters: how to improve? : In the News
Flooding in Rio de Janeiro state kills scores
At least 95 people have died in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro after the most torrential rain for decades caused landslides and flooding.full article »
Race against time to solve Haiti post-quake problems
- Source: Reuters
The Haitian government and foreign partners will attend a donor pledging conference in New York on Wednesday, seeking solutions and funds to address continuing humanitarian needs in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, and to guarantee its future stability and growth.full article »
Failing safely - why planning for the worst saves lives in an earthquake
- Source: The Journal
As the earth seems to endure more and more earthquakes, the knowledge of earthquake-proof construction can mean everythingfull article »
Quake-torn Haiti hit by floods
- Source: The Guardian
Heavy rain has caused flooding in Haiti, killing at least 13 and trapping people in their homes and carsfull article »