Daily chart: the costliest natural disasters since 1980. The world has succeeded in making natural disasters  less deadly. Economic  costs, though, are rising as people and industrial activity cluster in  disaster-prone areas such as river deltas and earthquake fault lines.

Daily chart: the costliest natural disasters since 1980. The world has succeeded in making natural disasters less deadly. Economic costs, though, are rising as people and industrial activity cluster in disaster-prone areas such as river deltas and earthquake fault lines.

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