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Yesterday's Telegraph reported the Philippines representative at the latest round of UN climate talks in Warsaw, Naderev Sano, blamed climate change for the ferocity of typhoon Haiyan. This Guardian report also says Sano's speech “clearly linked super typhoon Haiyan to manmade climate change”.
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The Philippines government has firmly connected the super typhoon Haiyan with climate change, and urged governments meeting in Poland on Monday to take emergency action to resolve the deadlocked ...
Is climate change to blame for Typhoon Haiyan? This article is more than 7 years old The Philippines has been hit by 24 typhoons in the past year but the power of Haiyan was off the scale, killing ...
The Guardian - Back to home. Support The Guardian Available for everyone, funded by readers ... Is climate change to blame for Typhoon Haiyan? Published: 13 Nov 2013
A 2013 study by MIT’s Prof Kerry Emmanuel found that the most intense cyclones — category 3 to 5 — will increase with climate change and also found that “increases in tropical cyclones are most prominent in the western North Pacific”, ie where typhoon Haiyan struck.
150. There is growing evidence that climate change is causing more extreme weather disasters such as the Philippines typhoon, David Cameron said. In remarks likely to infuriate the green sceptics ...
An emotional speech by the Philippines' climate change commissioner has focused attention on possible links between climate change and extreme weather events such as Typhoon Haiyan.
Here is the Guardian's new lead story on the typhoon. We will wrap up the blog for now. Thanks for reading… Is climate change to blame for Typhoon Haiyan? Published: 13 Nov 2013
The following is an excerpt from the Guardian article Is climate change to blame for Typhoon Haiyan? by John Vidal and Damian Carrington: The Philippines has been hit by 24 typhoons in the past year but the power of Haiyan was off the scale, killing thousands and leaving millions homeless.
Enormous storm predicted to be largest ever recorded, topping hurricane Camille in 1969, hits north Pacific