Philip Lake

The Influence of Underlying Stresses from Environmental Hazards on Resilience in Bangladesh: A System View

Abstract Bangladesh is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change, while its people also suffer from a range of environmental hazards linked to the growing prevalence of non-communicable diseases. These diseases are responsible for increasing morbidity and mortality and lead to other stresses within the population. Such stresses create continuous impacts on the.. Read More

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