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A worrisome new report from the United Nations warns that half of the world is unprepared for potential disasters. With climate change increasing the number of natural disasters and creating extreme weather worldwide, half of the countries on the planet don’t have proper early warning systems. The lack of advanced indicators could potentially cost countless lives. Disaster risk and waether agencies within the UN released a report saying that without early warning systems, countries have an average of eight times more death than countries with warning systems experiencing a similar catastrophe. Advance warning allows governments to plan for disasters like […]

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What is the point of having warning system when nature is being exploited in every available opportunity and ripped apart in the name of money and wealth. What type of warning system are they talking about when heavy rain and flash floods are occurring? Who is at fault? There must be a universal law that each country must have its own green landscape proportionate to its land surface area. It is only then the nature can be prevented. With the developed countries already spoiled everything and trying to justify by buying carbon credit is not the right way. When three is greediness and manipulations such natural disaster will continue to occur 

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