Disasters and complex emergencies in the shadow of climate change

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David Alexander talks on how disasters and complex emergencies, such as a tsunami, are approached by first world countries. He discusses the effect of climate change on the world’s environmental balance, and how the response to natural disasters could be improved.  

This lecture was part of an event called ‘Climate change, conflict and instability' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London. 

Date of lecture: 31st October 2014  

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Length: 00:17:38

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