Climate Change Makes Any Disaster GlobalGillen D’Arcy Wood
Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Historians may look back at Typhoon Haiyan as a turning point in disaster journalism and the politics of climate change. For the first time, an extreme-weather catastrophe in the tropics has shrugged off its “made in Asia” label and gone global.
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