In this podcast, two Filipino scientists say that more data are needed to make conclusions about changes in their number and frequency – but that more intense events are making up a bigger percentage of these typhoons.
School’s back. But Siargao’s education sector is recovering not only from COVID-19 but from the devastation of Odette – at a time when the reality of having more powerful storms in the climate emergency continues. “We don’t have typhoon drills,” says a local teacher.
These drawings reflect kids memories’ of the massive destruction caused by super typhoon Odette in their hometown, the Philippine island of Siargao.