Investing in Resilience: Ensuring a Disaster-Resistant Future
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Keywordsfloods; tornadoes; typhoons; earthquakes; tsunamis; climate change modeling; climate change; natural disasters; disaster resilience; natural hazards; disaster risk management; financing; insurance; disaster recovery; sustainable economic development; risk assessment; risk reduction;
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