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Which natural disasters create the most economic damage?

The floods in Cumbria and Lancashire have created havoc for local communities and raised fresh questions about the effectiveness of flood relief investment spending after the awful floods that hit the region in 2005. Looking at the problems created by natural disasters from a global perspective. A newly-published report from the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) has revealed that storms have the greatest economic impact of any natural disaster, causing over $1 trillion of losses around the world since 1995.

Infographic: The Natural Disasters That Inflict The Most Economic Damage | Statista

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