Climate Change

After Typhoon, Philippines Faces Profound Resettlement Crisis

"TACLOBAN, Philippines -- The typhoon that recently barreled through the Philippines has left in its wake one of the most profound resettlement crises in decades, with the number of newly homeless far exceeding the capacity of aid groups and the government to respond."

Source: Wash Post, 01/06/2014

"Malawian Farmers Say Adapt To Climate Change Or Die"

"Rain is so important in Malawi's agriculture-based economy that there are names for different kinds of it, from the brief bursts of early fall to heavier downpours called mvula yodzalira, literally "planting rain." For generations, rainfall patterns here in the southeast part of Africa have been predictable, reliable. But not now."

Source: NPR, 01/02/2014


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