Fiji cyclone disaster is a sign of future challenges

ClimateWire: Small island states and environmentalists say the devastating cyclone that lashed Fiji on Saturday illustrates why the world must get serious about helping climate-vulnerable countries cope with warming. Cyclone Winston was the most damaging storm ever to hit the small Pacific nation. The death toll was at 36 yesterday. Fiji’s representatives spent yesterday assessing the damage and securing aid. “The government of Fiji’s first concern is to provide humanitarian emergency assistance, food,......

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