Economic Costs of the Social Impacts of Disaster

The Red Cross has been involved in driving a new Australian Business Roundtable for Disaster Resilience report, focusing on determining the economic costs of the social impacts of disaster. The report found that the social costs are higher than the tangible infrastructure and housing rebuilding costs.

Economic Costs of the SOcial Impacts of Disaster
http://australianbusinessroundtable.com.au/our-papers/social-costs-report

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