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World Disasters Report for 2013 – lowest number of catastrophies and deaths in 10 years

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World Disasters Report for 2013 – lowest number of catastrophies and deaths in 10 years

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2014/10/18/world-disasters-report-for-2013-lowest-number-of-catastrophies-and-deaths-in-10-years/

Alexej Buergin writes in WUWT Tips and Notes about a report from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) that puts climate alarmism’s claims of increased natural disasters in perspective: The “World Disasters Report 2014″ of IFRC notices the lowest number of catastrophies in 10 years and 22,500 dead (average 100,000).…

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