Free Books (Disaster Risk Reduction) Rajib Shaw, Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh-Springer Japan (2013)

Free Books (Disaster Risk Reduction) Rajib Shaw Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh-Springer Japan (2013)

Introduction.

Bangladesh is very vulnerable to disaster, like, cyclone, Flood, Landslides, Tornados, Drought, etc. Earthquake is the main concern of Bangladesh to happen anytime. If Earthquake happens then more than 70000 buildings will collapse in Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh.

Cyclone and Flood are the two main natural disasters in Bangladesh. To mitigate the disaster risk in Bangladesh, need proper action-oriented education. The recent trend to disaster study in Bangladesh is very appreciated. Study on disaster education is initiated from the university level, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dhaka University, Begum Rokey University are one of them.

Review of the Book (Disaster Risk Reduction) Rajib Shaw Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh-Springer Japan (2013) (Autor, Dr. Rajib Shaw)

 

This book covers the main topics of the disaster-related issue and how to reduce to risk from Bangladesh. Vulnerability and risk issues in Bangladesh perspective. Total hazard and disaster profile of Bangladesh like Flood and Cyclone in Bangladesh and how to minimize the damage and property loss from these disasters. Dr. Rajib Shaw is a renowned professor and expert on disaster science. He wrote many books about the disaster, hazard, vulnerabilities, and risk not only for Bangladesh but also for Japan and other counties.

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