From disaster response to disaster prevention: Rachel Kyte

"We have to move from a tradition of response to a culture of prevention."

With the effects of climate change and a rising world population already being felt around the globe, the effects of natural disasters are only getting worse. Rachel Kyte calls on governments around the world to start preparing for the worst before it’s too late. (Filmed at TEDxSendai.)

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