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Months After Haiyan’s Landfall, 100,000 IDPs Remain

When Typhoon Haiyan made landfall on the Philippines on November 8, it was clear that response, recovery, and reconstruction challenges could last for months to come. Haiyan’s wind speeds tied it with the equivalent speeds from Typhoon Tip–the strongest cyclone … Continue reading

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If the Polar Vortex Descends on Syria

Cross-posted by the Center for Climate and Security The Northern Hemisphere is in the depths of its winter season. Last week’s polar vortex that plunged much of the US and Canada into subzero headlines made international headlines. Temperatures that cold … Continue reading

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