Anthropogenic hazard

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Anthropogenic hazards are hazards caused by human action or inaction.wikipedia
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Hazard

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Anthropogenic hazards are hazards caused by human action or inaction.
Examples include confined or limited egress spaces, oxygen-depleted atmospheres, awkward positions, repetitive motions, low-hanging or protruding objects, etc. Hazards may also be classified as natural, anthropogenic, or technological.

Environmental disaster

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They often have an environmental impact but also can be hazardous for people living in proximity.
Anthropogenic hazard

Dark tourism

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Dark tourism
Destinations of dark tourism include: castles and battlefields such as Culloden in Scotland and Bran Castle and Poienari Castle in Romania; former prisons such as Beaumaris Prison in Anglesey, Wales and the Jack the Ripper exhibition in the London Dungeon; sites of natural disasters or man made disasters, such as Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan, Chernobyl in Ukraine and the commercial activity at Ground Zero in New York one year after September 11, 2001.

Human impact on the environment

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Anthropogenic hazards are hazards caused by human action or inaction. Anthropogenic hazards may adversely affect humans, other organisms, biomes and ecosystems.

Natural hazard

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They are contrasted with natural hazards.

Biome

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Anthropogenic hazards may adversely affect humans, other organisms, biomes and ecosystems.

Ecosystem

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Anthropogenic hazards may adversely affect humans, other organisms, biomes and ecosystems.

Risk management

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The frequency and severity of hazards are key elements in some risk analysis methodologies.

Anti-social behaviour

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Although not everything is within the scope of human control, there is anti-social behaviour and crimes committed by individuals or groups that can be prevented by reasonable apprehension of injury or death.

Crime

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Although not everything is within the scope of human control, there is anti-social behaviour and crimes committed by individuals or groups that can be prevented by reasonable apprehension of injury or death.

Police

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People commonly report dangerous circumstances, suspicious behaviour or criminal intentions to the police and for the authorities to investigate or intervene.

Law

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Behavior which puts others at risk of injury or death is universally regarded as criminal and is a breach of the law for which the appropriate legal authority may impose some form of penalty, such as imprisonment, a fine, or even execution.

Capital punishment

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Behavior which puts others at risk of injury or death is universally regarded as criminal and is a breach of the law for which the appropriate legal authority may impose some form of penalty, such as imprisonment, a fine, or even execution.

Poll tax riots

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

United Kingdom

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

1992 Los Angeles riots

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

2008 Greek riots

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

2010 Thai political protests

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

Bangkok

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Examples of well-known civil disorders and riots are the Poll Tax Riots in the United Kingdom in 1990; the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which 53 people died; the 2008 Greek riots after a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot by police; and the 2010 Thai political protests in Bangkok during which 91 people died.

Australia

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In Australia, the Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Act 2002, defines terrorism as "an action to advance a political, religious or ideological cause and with the intention of coercing the government or intimidating the public", while the United States Department of State operationally describes it as "premeditated, politically- [sic]motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by sub national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience".

United States Department of State

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In Australia, the Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Act 2002, defines terrorism as "an action to advance a political, religious or ideological cause and with the intention of coercing the government or intimidating the public", while the United States Department of State operationally describes it as "premeditated, politically- [sic]motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by sub national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience".

Non-combatant

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In Australia, the Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Act 2002, defines terrorism as "an action to advance a political, religious or ideological cause and with the intention of coercing the government or intimidating the public", while the United States Department of State operationally describes it as "premeditated, politically- [sic]motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by sub national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience".

Work accident

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Industrial accidents resulting in releases of hazardous materials usually occur in a commercial context, such as mining accidents.

Mining accident

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Industrial accidents resulting in releases of hazardous materials usually occur in a commercial context, such as mining accidents.

Bhopal disaster

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The Bhopal disaster saw the release of methyl isocyanate into the neighbouring environment seriously affecting large numbers of people.