A demographic change is one of the key aspects to examine the future natural disaster risk. The below 2 paragraphs were just picked up from the papers.
“We argue that if we fail to acknowledge and act on the mounting
evidence regarding population composition, migration, inequality,
and disaster vulnerability, we will continue to experience disasters
with greater regularity and intensity” (William and Havidan 2008)
“From a disasters analysis point of view, population growth and patterns of economic development are more important than climate change or cyclical variations in weather.”
(Cred Crunch No.38)