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2 Best Books on Disaster Management

Discover a wide range of books on disaster management. Learn valuable insights and strategies to effectively handle emergencies and mitigate risks.


Midnight in Chernobyl

by Adam Higginbotham

4.7 (8433 reviews)

What is Midnight in Chernobyl about?

"Midnight in Chernobyl" by Adam Higginbotham is a gripping account of the catastrophic nuclear disaster that occurred in Chernobyl in 1986. Through extensive research and interviews, Higginbotham unveils the untold story behind the event, shedding light on the flawed Soviet system, the heroic efforts of those involved, and the long-lasting consequences of the disaster. This meticulously researched book offers a haunting and comprehensive narrative of one of the world's most devastating nuclear accidents.

Who should read Midnight in Chernobyl

  • History enthusiasts interested in learning about the Chernobyl disaster.

  • Environmentalists concerned about the long-term effects of nuclear accidents.

  • Science and technology enthusiasts curious about the intricacies of nuclear power.


On the Brink of New Chornobyl

by based on articles by Vox, BBC, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, Politico, and Radio Liberty

What is On the Brink of New Chornobyl about?

"On the Brink of New Chornobyl" is a gripping compilation of articles by renowned news outlets such as Vox, BBC, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, Politico, and Radio Liberty. This book delves into the alarming events and potential disasters that could lead to a new Chornobyl-like catastrophe. With in-depth analysis and expert insights, it sheds light on the pressing issues surrounding nuclear power, environmental risks, and the urgent need for global action.

Who should read On the Brink of New Chornobyl

  • Environmental activists and policymakers concerned about nuclear energy.

  • Journalists and researchers interested in the Chernobyl disaster.

  • General readers seeking a comprehensive understanding of Chernobyl's aftermath.