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Natural Disaster Risk

NATURAL DISASTER RISK OERMA Discover new possibilities #DiscoverRisk Disaster risk is the potential disaster losses, in lives, health status, livelihoods, assets and services, which could occur to a particular community or a society over some specified future time period. Classification of natural disaster Meteorological (Storm) Hydrological (Flood) Geophysical (Earthquake, (Drought, Wildfire) (Epidemic) Volcano) Climatological Biological Damages from natural disaster $ $$ have risen from an estimated $20 %24 $100 $ billion on average per year in the 1990s billion on average per year in the 2000s Asia Pacific is the most prone region to natural disaster risk How have natural disasters affected the Asia Pacific region? More than 2 $59,6 of world's natural economic 1.50% disasters occurred losses in 2014 billion in 2014 3.80 people impacted million in 2014 #4. 488% affected by natural disasters worldwide between 1970-2014 of people Source: United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters, International Monetary Fund, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific This infographic is presented by ERMA, Enterprise Risk Management Academy, based on the finding of a research conducted by the respective research firm. Visit www.erm-acadey.org to get more insightful information on risk management CONNECT WITH ERMA info@erm-academy.org | www.erm-academy.org @ERMAcademy lin erm-academy

Natural Disaster Risk

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How serious is the damage caused by natural disaster risk? Apparently, damages from natural disaster have risen from an estimated $20 billion in the 1990s to $100 billion in the 2000s. This ERMA infog...

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