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can someone please explain to me if buildings collapsing would be an economic, social or environmental impact.
i mean like economic? more money to rebuild
social? houses destroyed?
and environmental? buildings are on earth
so idk which i’d put buildings collapsing in

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Hey there, this about Geography GCSE?
Anyway you've answered your own question

It can fit into any of those categories - when I did Geography GCSE I just put the impact of 'buildings collapsed' under the category I hadn't already covered with other examples and explained why it was social/economic/environmental. Am pretty sure that's ok to do even if you're not doing geography at GCSE.

Maybe environment is a bit of a stretch (they are on earth, but the construction of buildings harms the environment also) but there's a point to be made there as well.
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