Catastrophic disasters are becoming more intense and frequent.These have devastating effects on landscape and the physical environment.The importance of ‘place’ to people’s well-being is a fundamental feature of ecological social work.Damaged environments have critical impacts on people’s well-being.Social workers will increasingly be drawn into post-disaster work and must understand the significance of place.
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