Why Disasters Spur Governments to Enact Reforms
“Why do disasters spur governments to enact reforms?”
Disasters leave great destruction in their path. This is amplified by mismanagement, leading to an escalation of catastrophes. In response, governments often enact reforms to prevent such damage from reoccurring in the future. Examples include wildfire regulations in California due to the destruction of Paradise and the changed energy policy in Japan following Fukushima. This is Why Disasters Spur Governments to Enact Reforms.