Disaster recovery via social capital
Beate Völker ()
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Beate Völker: Utrecht University
Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 2, 96-97
Social capital, embedded in people’s relationships, is important for practically all domains of life. Individuals need others to safeguard and enhance their living conditions. A study now shows that social capital helps in the recovery from a natural disaster.
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