Japan Tsunami


A more urban future for devastated Japan

Shannon Roberts | 03 August 2012

The March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in north-eastern Japan has had a dramatic demographic effect on the country.  Firstly, the disaster knocked Japanese women from their perch as the world’s longest living.


Japanese Earthquakes -  Natural and Demographic

Marcus Roberts | 31 January 2012
The effect of last year's earthquake is exacerbating Japan's economic problems that demography is causing.
 
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