Exposure to forces of nature deaths

per 100,000 people, 1990–2017

Info Edit
    1990 Ranking
    1. Iran 69.20
    2. Philippines 5.26
    3. Samoa 4.88
    4. Mongolia 1.67
    5. Peru 1.34
    6. Lesotho 1.22
    7. Tonga 1.04
    8. Bangladesh 0.83
    9. Tanzania 0.73
    10. Tunisia 0.44
    11. South Korea 0.35
    12. Vietnam 0.27
    13. India 0.24
    14. Sri Lanka 0.19
    15. Kenya 0.19
    16. Mexico 0.17
    17. Belgium 0.16
    18. Nepal 0.16
    19. United Kingdom 0.15
    20. Colombia 0.13
    21. Indonesia 0.12
    22. Turkey 0.12
    23. Norway 0.12
    24. Japan 0.12
    25. China 0.11
    26. Honduras 0.11
    27. Nicaragua 0.10
    28. Canada 0.10
    29. Australia 0.10
    30. United States 0.10
    31. Thailand 0.09
    32. New Zealand 0.08
    33. Germany 0.08
    34. Switzerland 0.07
    35. Argentina 0.06
    36. Italy 0.06
    37. Congo (Kinshasa) 0.06
    38. Russia 0.06
    39. France 0.06
    40. Ireland 0.06
    41. Romania 0.06
    42. Slovenia 0.05
    43. Taiwan 0.05
    44. Ecuador 0.04
    45. Netherlands 0.04
    46. Austria 0.04
    47. Greece 0.04
    48. Cuba 0.04
    49. Costa Rica 0.03
    50. South Africa 0.03
    51. Singapore 0.03
    52. Spain 0.03
    53. Brazil 0.02
    54. Pakistan 0.02
    55. Denmark 0.02
    56. Sweden 0.01
    57. Bulgaria 0.01
    58. Kazakhstan 0.01
    2017 Ranking
    1. Puerto Rico 64.24
    2. Virgin Islands (U.S.) 4.76
    3. Sierra Leone 3.19
    4. Antigua and Barbuda 1.12
    5. Iran 1.03
    6. Colombia 0.69
    7. Congo (Kinshasa) 0.66
    8. Mongolia 0.52
    9. Nepal 0.52
    10. Afghanistan 0.47
    11. Mauritania 0.46
    12. Mexico 0.42
    13. Costa Rica 0.41
    14. Kyrgyzstan 0.38
    15. Niger 0.34
    16. Madagascar 0.31
    17. Peru 0.30
    18. Iceland 0.30
    19. Haiti 0.26
    20. Nicaragua 0.24
    21. Greece 0.23
    22. Vietnam 0.21
    23. Sri Lanka 0.17
    24. Yemen 0.16
    25. Chile 0.16
    26. India 0.14
    27. Tajikistan 0.14
    28. Honduras 0.14
    29. Guatemala 0.11
    30. Ethiopia 0.11
    31. Thailand 0.11
    32. Bangladesh 0.10
    33. Cuba 0.09
    34. Italy 0.07
    35. Philippines 0.07
    36. Ghana 0.06
    37. Ivory Coast 0.06
    38. Burundi 0.06
    39. Kenya 0.05
    40. Australia 0.05
    41. Romania 0.05
    42. Uganda 0.04
    43. China 0.04
    44. Indonesia 0.04
    45. Japan 0.04
    46. Angola 0.04
    47. Albania 0.04
    48. United States 0.03
    49. Malaysia 0.03
    50. Panama 0.03
    51. South Africa 0.03
    52. Rwanda 0.02
    53. Iraq 0.02
    54. Mozambique 0.02
    55. Taiwan 0.02
    56. Pakistan 0.02
    57. Tanzania 0.01
    58. Saudi Arabia 0.01
    59. Cameroon 0.01
    60. Russia 0.01
    61. Canada 0.01
    62. Nigeria 0.01
    63. Burkina Faso 0.01
    64. Brazil 0.01
    65. Burma (Myanmar) 0.01
    66. France 0.00
    67. Argentina 0.00

    Exposure to Forces of Nature Indicator represents any disaster resulting from climatic, meteorological, or other natural hazards. Some examples of natural hazards include floods, lightning, oceanic wind storms (hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons), tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, landslides, and avalanches.

    Source: Global Health Data Exchange