Asia–Pacific Analysis: Pushing for a strong climate change policy

SciDevNet: Although the region is not a big polluter, the threat of climate change means it should lead the way on cuts, argues Crispin Maslog. The category 5 super typhoon Bopha, which wreaked havoc in southern and central Philippines in the first week of December 2012, was the world's second deadliest disaster last year. It wiped out villages, leaving around 1,900 people dead or missing and resulting in losses of more than US$1 billion. Bopha also caused damage worth US$20 million to the Pacific island......

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