Prevention of Disasters Principle
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In international law, the Prevention of Disasters Principle, as first elaborated in the UN Habitat II Agenda, permits states to take pre-emptive or restraining actions when a consensus of scientific opinion is that failing to do so will cause some disaster to occur. See also the Precautionary Principle.
We should be prepare for the worst. We should be ready every time.
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