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Remembering the Asian Tsunami Disaster of 2004
NYTimes bestselling author, blogger at AdventuresWithTwins.com...
Last week marked the 10th anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake or Asian Tsunami Disaster, which killed an estimated 230,000 people in 14 countries. It elicited one of the greatest outpourings of humanitarian response ever from the global community.
10 Years After the Tsunami: What We Lost and What We Learned
Sri Mulyani Indrawati
Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director, World Bank
We won't be able to stop disasters from happening. On the contrary, climate change may increase the frequency and severity of floods, droughts and storms. But we are better equipped today to prepare for them and reduce their impact.
International Efforts Towards Climate Change: 2004 Tsunami to 2013 Haiyan
Environmental health is the essential backbone to our present day infrastructure, a foundation that too often yields to other dependent concerns.
Nate Berkus On Surviving The Tsunami That Took His Partner's Life
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