Two years after typhoon Haiyan leaders duty to act on climate change

Guardian: In the small fishing town of Salcedo in the Philippines’ Eastern Samar province, fishermen and women have been struggling to feed themselves since Haiyan first made landfall 20km away on 8 November 2013. Already among the poorest people in the country, their livelihoods were shattered when eight-metre high waves wrecked the coral reef near their area. Related: Nepal earthquake: learn lessons or more will die in future disasters, warns expert “Before Haiyan, we were able to catch enough fish......

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