Monday, April 18, 2016

Japan Earthquake: Mapping The Troubled Legacy Of One Of The World’s Most Turbulent ‘Disaster Zones’

Japan is by no means new to earthquakes. With a history of terrifying natural events, it stands out as one of the most disaster-prone and disruptive geographic regions on the planet. Some of the most catastrophic and economically crippling natural disasters have occurred in Japan, costing the country nearly 200 billion dollars in an exhausting task of reform and recovery every decade or so. The country has experienced innumerable instances of nature’s unrelenting onslaught and has had to contend Read the full story