• PH urged to redesign its climate change advocacy


    The Philippines must step up its measures to mitigate climate change and reduce its carbon footprint after super typhoon Yolanda flattened out parts of Visayas earlier this month.

    British Ambassador to Manila Asif Ahmad told reporters on Tuesday that there is a need for the Philippines to address the worsening effects of global warming in the country.

    Yolanda has been linked to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Warsaw, Poland after its delegate, Yeb Sano, went on a hunger strike in an aim to urge member countries to pass more comprehensive and effective measures that will slow down the role of global warming in stronger typhoons and cyclones. BERNICE CAMILLE V. BAUZON


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