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A crippled nation battles a tide of desperation

More than a week after what may be the most powerful recorded storm ever to hit land, the Philippines is a nation on the move, with an enormous dislocation of people fleeing crushed homes; severely wounded cities; a lack of food, electricity, phones and clean water; and spreading disease. Meanwhile, other vehicles fight the huge tide of people, trying to bring help to the worst-hit places.


The winding roads to replacing the Kyoto Protocol by 2015

In just two years, the world could have a major climate treaty do-over. Descending on Paris in December 2015, world leaders are expected to do what they failed to in Copenhagen, Denmark, back in 2009: sign an agreement that will keep global temperatures from rising beyond a dangerous 2 degrees Celsius over preindustrial levels.


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