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Cyclone Winston and the issues facing Fiji one week on

Andy Day

29th February 2016

The aftermath of a tropical storm raises a host of geographical questions. The impact of a natural hazard can be as much to do with the efficiency of disaster-planning and decision-making before and after the event, as the physical forces that generate the hazard in the first place. This is what Fiji is facing now, a week after its worst cyclone event in its history.

Andy Day

Andy recently finished being a classroom geographer after 35 years at two schools in East Yorkshire as head of geography, head of the humanities faculty and director of the humanities specialism. He has written extensively about teaching and geography - with articles in the TES, Geography GCSE Wideworld and Teaching Geography.

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