What are the effects of man-made disaster?
A man-made disaster is a disaster that is accidentally or intentionally created by humans. Examples of man-made disasters include explosions, pollution, terrorist incidents, shipwrecks, stampedes, industrial incidents, climate changes, wars, etc. In general its effects r loss of lives (either humans r animal kind Extension),property, environmental pollution,etc. A man-made hazard is a threat having an element of human intent, negligence, error or involving a failure of a system. Man-made disasters are the result of mans greed for which adequate emergency management measures have not been adopted.