Each natural hurricane has a wide range of interested parties who are affected in various ways. This chapter explores how different groups of people are involved in the occurrence of a hurricane. Following our analogy, we then reflect on the various stakeholders with an interest in a Risk Hurricane, looking at how and why they might be interested, and how they might be affected by a Risk Hurricane. In both cases, the perspective of each stakeholder group is determined by their position in relation to the hurricane (or Risk Hurricane).
PEOPLE INVOLVED IN A NATURAL HURRICANE
When a natural hurricane occurs, our thoughts turn first to those on the ground whose lives and property are directly impacted. There are, however, others outside ...
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