New report explores disaster risk in Greater Adelaide

natural disasterThe future is always uncertain but it’s best to be prepared, especially when it comes to potential disasters.

The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC (BNHCRC) has published a report exploring the risk of future disasters within Greater Adelaide. The Futures Greater Adelaide 2050: An exploration of disaster risk and the future report is designed to help decision makers plan for the future, especially in the implementation of disaster risk reduction policies.

The report outlines the uncertainty and complexity of factors that must be considered when planning for future disasters. Factors include “political decisions, economic development, technological advancement, demographic changes and changing climate, many of which are mutually influential as well.” Read the full report to find out more.

 

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