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DMC/Merlin Keyword: TYPHOONHAIYAN  Please credit Pio Arce/Genesis Photos
Gelian dela Cruz (11) is worried that her school is ruined. She was even excited to do an oral recitation the day when the storm struck their town in Barangay Libertad, Bogo City, Cebu. The full scale of the disaster caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines is only now becoming apparent.

Why developed countries should back loss and damage in Paris

One of the trickiest outstanding issues is the question of loss and damage. For years, developing countries have called for developed states to compensate them for the negative effects of climate change, such as more frequent flooding and more intense droughts.