Climate change and Haiyan (Yolanda)

Climate change is something we can no longer ignore, as it seems our country is the first to be hit by its effects. It is only expected to worsen each year, as wind speeds of up to 300 kmph are now possible, as are scary storm surges and flooding. Definitely, we cant take this sitting down, as steps need to be taken for action. Preparing for the next big storm is essential, and lets not forget that we also need to find solutions for rebuilding Haiyan/Yolanda-affected areas like Tacloban and Leyte.

As I’ve been blogging continuously in these past two weeks, PHILIPS has started a campaign to promote change and come up with innovative solutions to help the Philippines. P1-million will be used to fund the best and most innovative idea, and this idea can come from you! No doubt we all have solutions in our minds to help our…

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