Tag Archives: Disaster Risk Reduction

….(Trump) Tribalism In The Face Of Globalization

Published Article: “Environment, Climate Change And American (Trump) Tribalism In The Face of Globalization”, New Spotlight Magazine, NEPAL, 1 September, 2017 It shouldn’t sound an overrated assertion to state that today’s environmental and ecological disasters are basically man-made events which are … Continue reading

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Global Threats of Climate Change: Nepalese Context

(Photo Source: Google) Verisk Maplecroft, a global risks analytics and research organization, published a Climate Change Vulnerability Index (CCVI) in 2010, ranking Nepal as the fourth most vulnerable country to the impacts of climate change. Recent estimates show that Nepal, … Continue reading

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Risk Analysis: Various attributes

(Photo Source: Google) Let’s start with a simple example of a gallon of kerosene which probably is only a hazard until we light a match nearby, when we actually make the situation risky for the people and property around. Unsafe … Continue reading

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Health & Safety: In the midst of a disaster!

(Photo Source: Google) Under any disaster situation, the immediate disaster responders have to work in a very close proximity with the victims. Besides there is high probability that the circumstances under which they are performing the job, inherently carry certain … Continue reading

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Climate Change threats: The US tribalism in the face of globalization

(Photo Source: Google) After China, America is the second-largest environmental polluter in the world. In a country where nearly two-third of the population believes that climate change is real and caused by humans, it is sad to see that the … Continue reading

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