The Global Climate Risk Index 2015 lists Honduras as the country suffering most from the effects of extreme weather events in the 20-year period.
Category: Natural Disasters
On 2 May 2008, Cyclone Nargis swept through southern Burma, killing 140,000 people. Seven years after the worst natural disaster in Burma’s history, DVB Debate asks: ‘How would Burma manage another natural disaster?’
As many as four thousand people in Tachilek, eastern Shan State, were forced to flee to higher ground as heavy rain pounded the town over the weekend.