Philippines declares state of calamity after typhoon Haiyan

Buildings and roads are left destroyed after the fatal typhoon Haiyan swept through the Philippines. The death toll is expected to rise to 10,000 and the United Nations says around 600,000 people are left without homes. One woman recalls how she let go of her daughter as they were trying to escape. will come with data showing the increasing risks for further acceleration of climate change “global warming?” threats and calamities in the future. Climate change or most probably what is known as “global warming” is changing its face from academic knowledge and political debates to vital realities and disastrous threats.

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