Commentary: “Disasters are not natural”

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To be able to plan and implement appropriate action, it is important for people to also be able to assess and understand the risks and vulnerabilities that they face. In an article published by the Philippine Daily Inquirer on February 26, 2022, OML Center Executive Director Dr. Rodel Lasco looks into the use of the term “natural hazards” and the factors that can help reduce disaster risks.

Read the article “Disasters are not natural” on the Inquirer website.