The Philippines, six days after the largest storm ever recorded, is moving fast to bring aid to the hundreds of thousands who have fallen victim to it brutality.
But does it really deserve to bear the brunt of nature’s anger? Devastated by the storms like Typhoon Bhopa and Typhoon Washi, the Philippine Sea levels has the fastest rising rates in the world at 10 milimeters per year.
Philippines loses 2% GDP each typhoon season in lost corps and productivity and an additional in reconstruction cost. This may ofcourse be because Philippines has almost 76.4 Million tons of CO2 emissions every year and is at 27.98% risk of climate change.