What are the causes of man-made disasters?


Man-made disaster refers to a disaster resulting from man-made hazards such as error or negligence, unlike the natural disaster which result from natural hazards. Man-made disaster can also be referred to as anthropogenic and they include terrorism, civil disorder, war and other technological hazards.
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Some of the causes of anthropogenic, or human-made, disasters include: crime, terrorism, war, technological hazards such as structural collapses and hazardous materials, and transportation accidents.
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