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Mitigation may refer to:
- Climate change mitigation, actions that limit, stop or reverse the magnitude and/or rate of long-term climate change. (Compare to Adaptation to global warming, which seeks to reduce the vulnerability of biological systems to climate change effects that do occur.)
- Environmental mitigation in public administration; also, in particular:
- Disaster mitigation in emergency management; also, in particular:
- Radon mitigation, removal of radon gas and radon-in-water from buildings
- The Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, also called DMA2K, is U.S. federal legislation passed in 2000 that amended provisions of the United States Code related to disaster relief
- Mitigation (law), the principle that a party who has suffered loss (from a tort or breach of contract) has to take reasonable action to minimize the amount of the loss suffered.
- Mitigation of political risk in the political science
- A kind of defense against security issues in computing, as part of the vulnerability management
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