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Week 5 Research Report Sustainable: Economic Development
The Chinese word for “Crisis,” 危机 (weiji), is often translated as containing the words “danger” and “opportunity.” (In strict fact this may be a mistranslation – but let’s not spoil the fun by being too picky.) For your report, please research a natural hazard that human beings need to cope with to ensure their comfort, safety, or security. Please also research natural systems that provide opportunities for humans to cope with the natural hazard. For example, humans need to cope with floods – and there are natural systems that can contribute to flood control. As another example, humans need shelter and to provide themselves with thermal comfort within their shelters – and there are forces such as sunlight and wind that either contribute to, or detract from, thermal comfort, depending on the design of the shelter. There are many other examples. In many cases we are using human-designed systems, including significant use of materials and energy, to gain services that might also be provided by natural systems. Please research an example of the interaction of human design and natural systems, share what you learn, and include the conclusions you reach from your research.
Week 5 Research Report Sustainable Studentâ€™s Name Course Instructor Date Week 5 Research Report Sustainable The UN has defined natural disasters as: â€œthe consequences of events triggered by natural hazards that overwhelm local response capacity and seriously affect the social and economic development of a region.â€ From the definition provided by UN, cyclones that strike uninhabited islands are not natural disasters. Also floods cannot be considered to be natural disasters when the municipal authorizes are able to respond to them. The hurricanes that hit Haiti and Cuba as a result of thunderstorms in 2008 can be cons