Intro To Geography - When earthquakes, hurricanes, or other so-called natural disasters
Intro To Geography
When earthquakes, hurricanes, or other so-called “natural” disasters strike, humans tend to blame nature and see themselves as innocent victims of a harsh and cruel natural world. To what extent do environmental hazards stem from unpredictable nature, and to what extent do they originate from human activity? Should victims blame nature, other people, or themselves for the disaster? Why or why not?